This show just won Best of Fringe Festival TWICE and was recorded at 2 sold out live shows!

Infertility, miscarriage, and abortion aren’t exactly a barrel of laughs… until you hear Mandee tell it. Developed to standing ovations at Fringe festivals across the Midwest, this dirty, irreverent, and deeply compelling show paints a picture of two women fighting for what they want, despite what their bodies have to say about it.

1 woman. 2 shows. 3 stage cameras. 4-ever on tape.

On November 11, 2023, we made Louisville comedy history and made a stand for body autonomy by recording Mandee’s first ever comedy special for streaming distribution right here in Louisville at a gala style red carpet fancy smancy event with 2 sold out shows in a state where abortion is illegal. ,

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“It’s what good art should be. It brings you a challenging subject in a way where you’ve got just enough distance that you can laugh about it, you can think about it, and you can move, you can change, and it’s a safe but nudging space for that to happen”

“…I think Mandy McKelvey is one of the most talented comics I’ve ever heard and I can’t wait to see Where she goes next and the world better be ready…”

“…. This girl is headed for stardom because she speaks to a section of women in a way that is approachable and fun and is going to really matter….”

“…one of the most fascinating things about it all was how well she combines the comedy with the heartache….”

“…It was emotional. It was hilarious. It was impactful and topical all at the same time. It was incredible. I loved it….”

“…This show did make me understand what women go through related to the choices about our bodies. And it also helped me, it gave me actually some new insight into things I don’t think I was even conscious that I’m dealing with regarding bodily autonomy, regarding pressure from other people to live a certain way, look a certain way….”

“…I feel like any woman can relate to this. Some men too. It’s so timely and so funny. I laughed so hard, but also I felt something deeper and cried; it was amazing. It was surprising and so good….”