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A satirical view of the world from the eyes of an Indigenous woman who hates Pocahontas. A politically incorrect comedian that includes historical lessons of pre and post-Native America. Professional words of advice from a dysfunctionally functional parent. A stand up comedian, Adrianne Chalepah is also a writer, and self-proclaimed baby-maker. Raised in Kiowa/Comanche/Apache territory in Oklahoma, she began her career in entertainment at age 20 in college. After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications and Indigenous Studies, she met her mentors, 49 Laughs Comedy, who asked her to join them on tour in 2010. During nearly a decade of professional stage experience, she has been honored to open for the First Lady Michelle Obama and share the stage with comedy legends such as Margaret Cho, Dane Cook, Jarrod Carmicheal, and the Late Ralphie May at a fundraiser in 2016. In 2017, she became a published author with the release of “Funny Girl,” an anthology of women comics and writers. She is the founder of the all-female, indigenous comedy troupe, Ladies of Native Comedy. In 2019, she was featured in the Netflix series, “Larry Charles’ Dangerous World of Comedy.” She is a member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma. You can now stream her comedy on Amazon Prime.
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