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The Everything Report

Absurd, bite-sized web-series The Everything Report (@TheEverythingReport on Instagram) features “Newscasters” Alex Koll & Becky Garcia swapping quick jokes about current events, Kevin Camia sharing his perspective like a clinically-depressed Andy Rooney, and Sean Keane covering everything sports with an often misplaced enthusiasm. It’s fake news…REAL fake news. Their companion live show includes standup, video, music and all the bad puns you know you love.

Alex Koll’s grounded absurdism has appeared on TBS, Comedy Central and stages all over the country. He has written for "Impractical Jokers" and "Billy On The Street," and produced video and animation for IFC, Super Deluxe (RIP) & Audible. His album “Wizard Hello” is currently available on iTunes.

Becky Garcia is a comedian whose written comedic contribution platforms include: Adult Swim, Mashable, Nat Geo, and Nerdist’s "DIY Dammit." A Second City Conservatory alumni and Chicago Comedy Award winner, she has performed stand-up in such festivals as: SXSW, Just for Laughs, Latino Laugh Festival, and Leicester Comedy Festival. She can also be seen in some "Tosh.O" and Channel 101 sketches.

Kevin Camia is a regular on TBS' "The Dress Up Gang," and has performed standup on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham" and Seeso's "The Guest List." Currently on tour with Ali Wong, he also performed at Just for Laughs, Outside Lands and the Oddball Comedy Festival. His two highly regarded comedy albums are available on Spotify and iTunes. He also co-writes and produces “Cholofit with Creeper”, an online series.

Sean Keane has written for "Another Period," "Billy On The Street," and Audible, and produced an episode of "The Comedy Show Show" for Seeso. He’s performed in festivals like Bridgetown, RIOT LA, and SF Sketchfest, and his writing has appeared in ESPN the Magazine, McSweeney’s, and Yardbarker. In 2014, the SF Bay Guardian named him the best comedian in San Francisco, then immediately went out of business.

Photo credit: Mandee Johnson