Allison Mick is an Oakland-based comedian and writer originally from Rochester, NY. She draws from her upbringing and personal experiences to address topics like race, gender, and serial killers. Allison is a staff writer for The Hard Times, Macaulay Culkin’s BunnyEars.com, and has had work featured on HuffPo. She’s performed at SF Sketchfest, Out of Bounds Fest, and Bird City Comedy Festival. In 1997, she was featured in the book “Humor Works” by Dr. John Morreall, the founder of the International Society for Humor Studies and has managed to stay very grounded despite this wild literary fame.
Specs Animation ⋄ Comedy An overachieving teen and her strict father move into a haunted mansion owned by his new fiancée and her kids, who all happen to be ghosts.
Humboldt Cut Horror In the forest where her grandfather was murdered 50 years ago, a suicidal woman leads a search party for her missing brother. In the woods she battles nature, mental illness, and an evil none of them could have imagined.
ULSTER Fantasy Cuchulainn, the ancient hero of Irish legend travels the world, encountering fairies, beasts, and gods while trying to prove his worth to his father, a warrior god. The Adventures of Hercules updated for a Riverdale audience.
WRANGLERS Comedy Four animal trainers endure bites, backstabbing, and public humiliation to become the next celebrity animal expert in 1990s Los Angeles.