Tim Bateman is an "Australian" comedian living and working in the United States. He has entertained crowds from coast to coast making them all laugh equally as hard. Having lived in the USA for many years his look at American culture through Australian eyes gives him a unique perspective and makes for some terrifically funny stuff. Having been mistaken for every nationality under the sun his stories and one liners about his experiences with a strong Australian accent are hilarious. He has traveled worldwide and intertwines stories and accents from afar into his act. Bottom line, he'll leave you laughing with unique perspectives and experiences from his life and a stage persona that pokes fun at himself and is warm and inviting.
Sandra Risser is smart, funny and older than Twinkies. She's eccentric not crazy, drives in the fast lane and can still bench press 500 grams. She believes in the tooth fairy,
Santa Claus and clean underwear. Through self deprecating stories and one-liners, Sandra builds a bond with the audience. She entertains them with stories about her misspent youth, young adult antics and middle aged adventures. As she relates tales about her ex-husband and life from an "older woman's" perspective, she's quick to point out "I'm not old. I'm used!", When she performs, audiences know they are hearing a unique comedic talent. Someone they will return to see again and again Sandra may not be famous yet but she's featured for comedians who have been on Saturday Night Live (Chris Kattan), Comedy Central (Paul Ogata) and Late Night with David Letterman (Larry "Bubbles" Brown). She's opened for political satirist Will Durst and has performed one woman comedy shows in the Edinburgh Scotland, Brighton England, Santa Cruz CA and Fresno CA Fringe Festivals. Sandra is a rising star in comedy. She plans to live long enough to reach her comedic zenith and when she's 120 years of age, to win a gold medal in the "Sit Down/Stand up" in the Senior Olympics.