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The Deadly Aunties Comedy Tour

   Aanii, She:kon, Tansi, Watchay, Boozhoo!!

   Welcome to The Deadly Aunties Comedy Tour page. Here you'll find bios of the funniest and sexiest Indigenous Comedians of Turtle Island ever. (Some may even say since Time Immemorial haha) 

   Being an Auntie doesn't just mean being intelligent, sexy and deadly- It means we have a responsibility to our communities. The Deadly Aunties Comedy Tour will be giving back by hosting fundraisers that will support local Indigenous Youth Programming.

   Also, for those that have always wanted to try out comedy, we will give you a spot to test out your storytelling skills. Keep an eye out for your chance to be in the spotlight.

   We are always working on new places to come share some deadly laughter. Also, feel free to rate us if you've already seen one of our shows. We just might have a give away for those that do. 


   Chimiigwech for visiting our page and we will see you soon!


Baamaapii miinwaa kaawabmin


One of the Deadly Aunties


   Stephanie is an artist that focuses on humorous storytelling at festivals, workshops and now as one of the first Female Pow wow MCs in Ontario. Stephanie's achievements include being a TedX Speaker on Indigenous Humor and Resiliency, Co-founder of Canada’s first Indigenous female comedy group, Manifest Destiny’s Child, Performing at Gchi-dewin Storytelling Festival, University of Alberta, ROM & TIFF. She’s Lectured on Indigenous Humor in many post secondary institutions across North America and has recently written for the Indigenous Comedy TV series, Acting Good.


Meet the Aunties


   Sherry Mckay is an Ojibway Anishinabe woman from Treaty 1 Territory. Born and raised in Winnipeg Manitoba and band member of Sakgeeng First Nation, with roots in Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation, and Beren’s River. 

She’s a stand up comedian, Influencer, Tiktok creator, producer, writer and mom of 4. Her focus is to assert Indigenous representation in media and film as well as write, produce and star in her own sitcom series. 

Sherry has amassed a following of 500k followers on her verified Tiktok account where she likes to focus on Indigenous comedy and awareness. 

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   Cheyenna Sapp is a deadly aunty, actress, and comedian from Little Pine First Nation in Treaty 6 territory. She is currently a full-time student at the University of Saskatchewan with plans to complete both a 4-year Bachelor of Arts Degree and a 1-year wîcêhtowin Indigenous Theatre Certificate in the spring of 2023. You can catch her on CTV and Crave as the quirky romantic Rose Sinclair in a brand new sitcom called "Acting Good".

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