At a time when we occasionally cross paths with insolent “Karens,” it’s nice to know that some real good Karens exist. National headlining comedians Karen Mills and Karen Morgan join together to bring you an evening of comedy filled with lots of laughter and zero toxic behavior. Unlike the other “Karens” you read about in the news, these Karens are funny (not fractious), intelligent (not ignorant), and affable (not angry). They both bring a different hilarious point of view to this clever and clean comedy show.
Karen Mills has spent a lifetime entertaining. First as a point guard, “Little Mills” was always a crowd favorite. She started playing basketball in the 3rd grade and eventually earned a full scholarship to the University of Tennessee @ Chattanooga. In 1981, Karen led the nation in assists and became the first Division 1, first-team All American in UT-Chattanooga history.
Karen can be heard daily on Sirius / XM Comedy channels and clips from her Comedy special “Pink Pants” have gotten over 15 million views. Karen has also had numerous appearances on The Grand Ole Opry. Karen looks for the funny in every situation. Even Ovarian cancer couldn’t stop her from turning pain into punchlines and in 2106 she was chosen to present her talk “Cancer is a Laughing Matter” at TEDxChattanooga. Karen has also been featured on Robin Robert’s “Thriver Thursday.”
Karen Morgan was born and raised in Athens, Georgia but now calls Maine home. A former trial attorney, she began her professional comedy career as a Finalist on Nickelodeon Television’s “Search for the Funniest Mom in America.” Karen’s latest CD "Mean Candy" can be heard on Sirius XM Radio, and her comedy special "Go Dawgs" can be seen on Dry Bar Comedy.
Karen's TV appearances include comedy shows and ads for companies like Wal-Mart and Zyrtec. Karen’s clean shows in Performing Arts Centers around the country have made her a favorite among theater audiences. Still licensed to practice law in Maine and Georgia, Karen’s humor brings laughter to many corporate events and fundraisers for charitable organizations. She lives in Cumberland, Maine and misses Waffle House very much.
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