Three hilarious housewives from Hollywood take their kids on the road to perform stand-up comedy.
Boston's Mary Kennedy, who you've seen as Officer Trudy Lange on NBC’s E.R. was a finalist at HBO’s U.S Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen and for the HBO Comedy Arts Festival Talent search. Her comedy has been seen on Comedy Central, SPIKE and the USA Network. She is a regular at LA’s Laugh Factory, The Improv and most recently headlined at Garret Morris' Downtown Comedy Club. LA Weekly says, “Mary’s an actual Kennedy whose real life is even funnier than her more notorious political kin.”
Stephanie Blum is a former school psychologist from Brooklyn. You may have seen her on Marie Osmond's new talk show, Marie! Winner of CBS’s Star Search, New York’s Funniest Female competition and Breakout Performer of the Year at HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts Festival where her set was chosen to air on HBO’s Comedy Minutes. She is a contributor to Child Magazine, Parents Magazine and The Hot Mom's Handbook. Backstage Magazine proclaims, “Stephanie’s smart observations, natural storytelling ability and apathetic coping skills are laugh out loud silly and very accessible.”
Chicago's own Laurie McDermott, is an award winning author of the new book, “The CEO of the House." She entertains troops at military bases in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong. She’s a syndicated columnist appearing in Parenting, Bride, LA Family and the Crayon Report and can be seen on The Disney Channel, Comic Relief, Comic Divas Live and Lifetime TV’s Mom Comics. The Tribune Co. raves: “Laurie’s an honest, belly-funny comic capable of making every mom laugh and cry.”