The fearless leader of this band of hilarious misfits, Nikki has been entertaining audiences since 2012 with quick wit and sarcastic banter. She has performed on stages, in bars, and even in basements in Chicago, Milwaukee, Las Vegas, and more, and has been a regular opener for Mr. Showtime David Scott when he tours through IA. Nikki created SUYP in 2015 and has since evolved it into the family it is today. When Nikki is not slinging jokes on the weekends, she works as an art teacher, makeup artist, and haunted house actress during the month of October.
Molly has been a member of SUYP since 2017. She's been performing since dinosaurs roamed the earth, acting both on stage and on film. When Molly isn't with her SUYP fam performing, she's working as a para-educator, a sometimes model, and a demon at a haunted house every October. When Molly isn't doing all the things, she can be found on her couch with her faithful mutt, Mabel.
The strong and silent type, Austin Griffin has been with SUYP since the beginning of 2019. Starting out as a fan, to joining the troupe and becoming a member of the family, SUYP has slowly made Austin come out of his social shell and truly enjoy the stage. When he's not performing, Austin works as a photographer - taking pictures of models, the vast landscape, and theater shows. Austin is also a haunted house actor during the spook season.
Joining up with SUYP in early 2019, Joel has been cracking jokes since he could string words together, and at the ripe age of 30, he finally learned how punchlines work. When he's not onstage, Joel pursues his love of whiskey, cooking, and all things creative. Catch him with the team at a show or clowning around haunted houses in the QC! Just don't ask him about D&D unless you've got a few hours to space.
This ever-so-often lazy-eyed wonder began performing with SUYP in 2017. When Bobby isn't flailing around on stage for comedy, you may catch him on a different stage with his band, scaring and creeping patrons out at Terror at Skellington Manor during the Fall season, or at home cooking or sleeping.
With a head shinier than your grandmother's best china dish, Race has been performing comedy in the QC for 4 years and joined up with SUYP in early 2018. When he's not doing something awkward to get a reaction from the crowd, he is working as thriving mixologist (mediocre bartender) and most likely watching The Simpsons. One time he broke 3 fingers while waiting in line at a Blockbuster.