Julia Shiplett & Drew Anderson


As the town of Salem, Massachusetts prepares for their 10th Annual Harvest Festival, something strange happens that derails the big day and makes everyone start to wonder if there could be a witch among them in this PARKS AND REC meets DICKINSON period comedy.

Julia Shiplett is a comedian, writer, and freckly bitch based in Brooklyn, by way of Chicago. Her comedy has evolved into a seamless blend of self-deprecation, biting feminism and personal anecdotes as a biracial Midwesterner. She was most recently writing for Phoebe Robinson’s upcoming Comedy Central show. Her writing has been published in The New York Times and The New Yorker. Julia appeared in season 2 of HBO's Crashing, was seen in the latest season of High Maintenance, and can be seen on HBOMax’s Love Life. She was selected as one of Comedy Central’s “Up Next” at their 2019 Clusterfest festival, was one of TBS's “Comics To Watch” at the New York Comedy Festival, participated in this year’s ABC Discovers Talent Showcase, and was also featured on the 2019 FOX Night of Comedy Showcase. She has performed stand up at comedy festivals around the country, including Sketchfest, Bridgetown, and Limestone.

Drew Anderson is a comedian, actor and writer based in Brooklyn. He has performed all around the country including the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, the Cinder Block Comedy Festival and the Crom Comedy Festival in Toronto. Drew was a cast member of Handmaid’s Tale: The Musical, which was performed at the Kennedy Center for the Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival in DC and the New York Comedy Festival. Most recently, Drew debuted his solo show, Ready for Bed, at the Ars Nova theater. His writing has been featured on the NPR show Music&Stories and he currently contributes writing to Reductress, McSweeney’s and the popular party game Cards Against Humanity.


Dustin Doty (Velocity Entertainment) - Drew

Olivia Doud (Mosaic) - Julia