The show started with side-splitting jokes about naive tourists, government tribal clothing, drunken escapades, Native discipline and reservation life. The performance brought the crowd to tears of laughter.
The truth in their comedy, many have found, stretches across tribes and nations. Junes and Tsosie are recovering alcoholics who have defeated drugs and use those experiences to warn Natives and non-Natives alike through their use of Native humor.
"We got hired because of that. For wellness conferences and drug-free events, they wanted us mainly for our message as well as our comedy," Tsosie said. "Being someone that is a warrior against alcohol and drugs, it feels really good to be recognized for being a positive role model."