Robin Tran was named one of Just For Laugh’s New Faces of 2021. Since, she performed at Outside Lands, Howie Mandel’s Just For Laughs Gala on The CW, Netflix Is A Joke Radio’s “Are You Still Listening” show, Comedy Central’s Mental Health Initiative, and Moontower Comedy Festival. Robin’s upcoming stand-up dates include JFL Northwest, San Francisco Sketchfest, and the Netflix Comedy Festival. Based in Orange County, Robin started her life presenting as a male named Robert Tran. In 2015, she came out as a transgender woman and has been performing as Robin ever since. In 2018, she appeared on Comedy Central’s Roast Battle and her first one-hour comedy special, Don’t Look at Me is streaming on Hulu, Spotify and iTunes. She was also a writer on Historical Roasts on Netflix.
Stacy Cay is a trans comic from the south who doesn’t like Republicans. Hailing from Arkansas and raised by parents who thought she was a boy, Stacy’s ability to find the humor in both the traumas – from conversion therapy to death threats – and everyday challenges of being trans in a hostile world makes her voice one you won’t soon forget.
Tucker Carlson calls her “satanic”. Audiences describe her as hilarious.
Stacy has appeared in the New York Comedy Festival, opened for Giannmarco and Robin Tran, and is the creator/producer of Spend the Night’- a touring femme friendly, pajama party themed comedy show that reviewer Susanna Lee called “power cute”. Spend the Night was built to create a safe space, give visibility, and provide a platform for the voices and talents of LGBTQ+ and allied artists.
As a model, Stacy has been called “so pretty it’s not fair”. She frequents the runway at Kansas CIty Fashion Week and has served as a brand ambassador for Jeanne Nuage, Marianna Harutanian, and Lloyd-Samuel.
She is a powerful voice and advocate for the trans community. She has given testimony in state houses and lobbied state lawmakers in an effort to protect the rights of trans people and humanize the community. She can also be found donating her time and comedic chops to help raise money for trans rights organizations such as Lambda Legal and TLDEF.