Nathan Hartswick is a comedian, producer and educator from Vermont. He has performed throughout New England and shared the stage with some of the country’s top comics, including Fred Armisen, Colin Quinn, Kyle Kinane and others. He was voted “Best VT Standup Comedian” in 2012 and 2013 by readers of Seven Days, was a semifinalist in the Funniest Comic in New England contest in 2012, and won the Higher Ground Comedy Battle in 2011. In 2012, Nathan was a recipient of Vermont Business Magazine’s “Rising Stars” award, which honors 40 Vermont professionals under the age of 40. 

In the fall of 2015, after years of planning and hard work, Nathan and his wife Natalie Miller opened Vermont Comedy Club, a 170-seat standup and improv comedy club in the heart of Burlington, VT. The venue offers shows 5 nights a week with food and a full bar. In addition to operating the business day to day, Nathan and Natalie teach classes and perform with The Unmentionables, the club's MainStage long form improv comedy troupe. 


Natalie Miller is a comedian, producer, actor and entrepreneur who hails from northeastern Vermont. Since 2009, she and her husband Nathan Hartswick have produced comedy events throughout New England (including the annual Vermont's Funniest Comedian contest and the Green Mountain Comedy Festival), and taught classes in standup and improv to teens and adults.

In the fall of 2015, after years of planning and hard work, the couple opened Vermont Comedy Club, a 170-seat standup and improv comedy club in the heart of Burlington, VT. The venue offers shows 5 nights a week with food and a full bar. In addition to operating the business day to day, Natalie and Nathan teach classes and perform with The Unmentionables, the club's MainStage long form improv comedy troupe. 

Natalie has studied improv with some of the country's foremost instructors at Upright Citizens Brigade, The Second City, iO and more. She trained in voice, theater and dance at the prestigious American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC and has performed extensively in national and regional theater productions, films and commercials. 

In 2012, Natalie was a recipient of Vermont Business Magazine’s “Rising Stars” award, which honors 40 Vermont professionals under the age of 40.