Donna, a comedian from a big Macedonian family, often talks about relatable things such as her family and personal experiences during her sets.

Despite not being a crude comic, she was able to gain spots at the Sydney Comedy Festival in 2018 and 2019 with her convincing sets.

When the Covid-19 pandemic hit in 2020, Donna teamed up with other female comedians for an online show and returned to the stage in July when Australia started to gradually reopen after strict lockdown measures.

Australia’s response to the pandemic was stricter than the US, with closed borders and a lockdown of non-essential businesses, leading to zero community-based transmissions in June 2020.

This allowed bars, pubs, and comedy clubs to gradually reopen

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