Sunanda is a New Delhi born, Bangkok corrupted queermedian who then immatured in New York City and Los Angeles before moving to Melbourne last year for the only chance she ever had at true love. Sunanda won Magner's Big V competition in 2016 in Bangkok, and traveled with Magner's International Comedy Festival in 2017 to perform in Singapore and Manila. Since, she has also performed in over 15 cities around the world.
Sam is a Venezuelan migrant who's been in Australia for the last 10 years. She's a frustrated engineer who finally decided to pursue her passion for performing and comedy. She's been a regular at Melbourne open mics since mid 2019, which gave her the opportunity to present her work on 2020's Adelaide Fringe as part of a comedian's showcase.
Warning: Contains moderate coarse language, sudden loud noises, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including Drug References,Sexual References,Abortion,Mental Health,COVID-19/Coronavirus
"Sunanda is a bright presence!" - Ilana Glazer (Broad City)
"Sunanda is such a funny and magnetic performer with such a unique, commanding comedic voice... someone on the precipice of big things." - Lucia Aniello (Broad City, Awkwafina is Nora from Queens, The Babysitters Club)
"A refreshing burst of energy... Alongside her comedic flair, Sunanda displays genuine emotional depth in her observations of her life, culture and society" - My Melbourne Arts
"Sunanda is paradoxically both disarming and skilled at keeping her audience on the edge of their seats." - WeekendNotes