Welcome to the latest episode of Outstanding: Queer Comic Competition, hosted by Bobby Higley, where you, the audience, get to choose who wins and who walks. In the episode, Corina Lucas and Mitch Mitchell face off on stage at Timbre Room. Pick your favorite below to determine who continues forward for a chance to win a share of $1500 in cash and prizes courtesy of AHF!

Who's the most Outstanding queer comic in this episode?
  • Mitch Mitchell 51%, 160 votes
    160 votes 51%
    160 votes - 51% of all votes
  • Corina Lucas 49%, 154 votes
    154 votes 49%
    154 votes - 49% of all votes
Total Votes: 314
February 20, 2019 - February 27, 2019
Voting is closed

Corina Lucas is a Portland comedian with a high-energy style. She was raised in the suburbs of Northern California and went to Catholic school which gives a lot of context to her raunchy material. She placed third in the 2018 Portland’s Funniest Person Contest at Helium Comedy Club and the Portland Mercury named her one of their ‘Undisputable Geniuses of Comedy’. She has been on the Portland Queer Comedy Festival for the last two years and is one of the hosts of Flyass Jokes, the longest running comedy show in Portland. Her butt has been described as ‘breathtaking’. You can follow Corina on Facebook Instagram, and Twitter.

Mitch Mitchell (pronouns he/him; they/them if you’re nasty) is a trans/queer comedian and storyteller originally from San Diego, California. Shortly after moving to Seattle in 2014 he face-planted into the stand up comedy scene. Mitch regularly appears as a feature on local showcases and open mics in the Seattle area, and has performed for fundraising events for the Gender Alliance of South Sound, and other Puget Sound LGBTQ+ organizations. He has also featured as a story teller on Slant Stories, and Bawdy Story Telling. His mom thinks he’s funny. You can follow Mitch on Facebook and Instagram.

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