Caitlin Cook is a musical comedian (though she hates that term, ugh) born in Los Angeles and based in New York. Writing her first songs at age four (mostly about cats), Caitlin has continued to create music ever since (thankfully, you can't find any evidence of her angsty high school albums on the internet). She has taken the stage all across the US, Canada, and Europe at theaters, comedy clubs, festivals, dimly lit bar basements, strangers' living rooms, and even a houseboat once. In 2017 alone, she performed at top-tier comedy venues like the Stand in New York; the Meltdown in Los Angeles; Angel Comedy Club in London; Comedy Club on State in Madison; Dead Crow Comedy in Wilmington; and in festivals like Skankfest, High Mud Comedy Festival, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She is currently working on Deathwish—an hour-long one-woman coming-of-age show that utilizes radiant melodies, whimsical arrangements, and a dark sense of humor to tackle fear, guilt, how to spot a douchebag, existential nihilism, and a car accident—which she is set to debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2018. You can catch her trying out new material most nights in New York City.