A Boston native living in LA, Caitlin Arcand is a comedian using her psychology degree for anything but being a psychologist. Her candid stories and brutally honest accounts of her daily life have been heard on stages all over the country, recently appearing at The North Carolina Comedy Festival and The Portland Maine Comedy Festival. Her first stand up musical "She Doesn't Even Live Here" premiered at New York's SOLOCOM, featuring original songs and tales of her weekly commutes to the city. Her second solo musical "Problem Child," a retelling of her unconventional childhood, made its debut last May for an 8 show run at ImprovBoston. In her off time, Caitlin enjoys being bullied by drag queens and has served as a judge for Boston Drag Gauntlet, Worcester Drag Wars and the Rhode Island PRIDE Pageant. Aside from performing, Caitlin is also an active comedy producer and is responsible for creating several shows in Boston and New York, such as the comedy variety shows "Sketchy Stand Prov," "Fancy Pants," and "In the Studio." After graduating from Harvard University, Caitlin founded Ladyspike Media, the all female/LGBTQ comedy platform based on Boston's only all female comedy show, which she founded and ran for 2 years. Caitlin currently serves as a producer, director and PR manager for TV and film in Los Angeles. Favorite directing projects include: Clue It's Not a Game Anymore at Stadium Theater, Hungry for Love by Ladyspike, and Neil Simon's The Dinner Party.