Let's Comedy presents:
Sean Patton and Caitlin Cook
LIVE in The Tiger Room
1915 South Calhoun Street
Fort Wayne, IN
Sean Patton is a comedian based in Los Angeles and New York, by way of New Orleans. He began doing stand-up in the Crescent City and have since performed in comedy clubs across the US and Canada, as well as The Melbourne International Comedy Festival (2011, 2018), Just for Laughs Chicago (2013), Just for Laughs Toronto (2013), and Just for Laughs Montreal (2008, 2010, 2012, 2016, 2018). He's performed on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham (2009), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (2010), and Conan (2011, 2013). 2013 also marked the release of his Comedy Central Half Hour. More recently, He's been on @midnight (2014, 2015), The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail (2015), This Is Not Happening (2015, 2017, 2019), Showtime's Live from SXSW (2017), TruTv's Comedy Knockout (2016, 2017, 2018), and This week at the Comedy Cellar (2018, 2019). As for acting, He's appeared on IFC'S Maron, Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumer and TruTV's Those who can't.
In 2019 he and co host Caitlin Cook launched their podcast 5 Words on the All Things Comedy network.
Caitlin Cook is a LA-born, NYC-based comedian. Not your conventional stand-up, Caitlin Cook combines witty one-liners and scintillating storytelling with hilariously irreverent musical comedy and projected visuals. Cook has released two successful musical comedy albums—Betty Pitch, which she recorded after writing 250 songs a day during the pandemic, and Zinger-Songwriter, which she recorded at 12 different venues while on tour across the US and UK. She is currently working on two more albums—soundtracks to her her solo shows Conversations with Strangers and Death Wish, which she performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to sold out crowds and rave reviews from critics, comedians, and audience members alike. Aside from recording albums and performing at festivals, Cook also produces live comedy events around NYC including Good God at the Sultan Room in Bushwick (with Shane Torres, Tom Thakkar, and Phoebe Bottoms) and Fake Birthday at Littlefield in Gowanus (with A.J. Holmes). She has taken the stage all across the US, Canada, Europe, and Oceania at top-tier venues (Union Hall in Brooklyn, the Lyric Hyperion in Los Angeles, and the Bill Murray in London), comedy clubs (the Stand Comedy Club in New York, ACME in Minneapolis, Comedy on State in Madison, and the Stand in Edinburgh), festivals (like the New York Comedy Festival, HBO’s Women in Comedy Festival, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe), theatres (like the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, Webster Hall in New York, and the Throckmorton in the Bay Area), dimly lit bar basements, strangers' living rooms, and even a houseboat once.