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Ginny Hogan, born April 26th



The brilliant Ginny Hogan talks with us about weighing your options, romantic choices, and the habit of settling.

Follow her on social media: @ginnyhogan_, and check out the website she runs (along with Mary Cella), Little Old Lady Comedy!


David Piccolomini, born September 17th



The charmingly candid David Piccolomini talks with us about LARPing, organized coups, and aggressive nerd-dom.

Follow him on social media: @piccolomeany

Be sure to check out his podcasts, Tinder Tales* & Talking Chopped** (the latter of which he hosts with Brandon Gorin)!
He also has a wonderful weekly show, Ambush Comedy, 8pm Tuesdays at Two Boots in Williamsburg!

*Listen to Julia’s episode of Tinder Tales here
**Stay tuned for our episode of Talking Chopped!!


Casey James Salengo, born August 11th



The disarmingly sweet Casey James Salengo talks with us about testing loved ones, the Persephone myth, and jokes therapists find concerning.

Make sure to check out his (delightful) album, “Wild Country Phoenix” (available on Amazon, as well as lots of other places).

You can also listen to the fantastic podcast he hosts with Patrick Schroeder and Will Winner, “The Good, The Dad, and The Ugly.”

Last, but not least, you can follow him on social media: @CaseyJSalengo!


Jeremyah Schur, born November 2nd



The excellent Jeremyah Schur talks with us about full moons, spooky stuff he’s encountered, and anal.

Follow him on social media: @jeremyahbschur, and keep your eyes peeled for his upcoming sketch channel, “Sketches,” due out in October!


Ryan Schutt, born September 9th



The wonderful Ryan Schutt talks with us about ice cream, self-flagellation, and the Sisyphean nature of perfection.

(Make sure to follow @ryschutt on twitter and instagram, and check out his website, www.ryanschutt.net!)


Episode Zero!!



Elise Edwards and Julia Schachter are both comedians and professional astrologers. In each episode of OrBits, they interview a fellow comic and analyze their natal chart. Then, they relate their findings back to that person’s comedic bits. It’s more fun than this description makes it sound!