Posts Filed Under: “Catch 23 Improv”
In today's UP, artist Junko Mizuno's Venus Cake has an exhibition opening party, and burlesque afterparty; Theatre Passe Muraille kicks off its Dancing Without Mary fundraising series; masks, outlandish costumes, and a wrestling legend dominate Comedy Bar; and Loving in the Name Of celebrates four years of epic covers.
In today's (lucky) Urban Planner: art supporting other art—literally—at G Gallery; Levi MacDougall returns to Hogtown; the Festival of New Formats hits get encores; The Wrecking Ball mashes up readers and rockers; Rich Aucoin Lives at the Drake (one night only); and A Soul (Winter Party).
In today's UP: Brides brides brides; comedy experiments at the Festival of New Formats, like rappers and kalimba players doing improv; The Balconies and friends celebrate Audio Blood's third anniversary with classic rock tunes; the Songbird cabaret series re-imagines Madonna; and the Next Stage Theatre Festival continues.
In today's UP: the Word Festival's 76 hours of Shakespeare & the King James Bible; (actual) Brothers of the Weird; Woody Allen's Death: A Play is Arts & Lies' first stage baby; Greg Proops is Comedy Bar's 3rd anniversary guest; and Maylee & Pegwee Power fundraise to get to Europe.
In today's UP: Those Who Can't Do... does sex ed on stage, Phillips & Crown and other funny ladies (and gents) in Canadian Comedy Award showcase, Diamonds in the (not so) rough at the Sinfonia Toronto opener, Sceneopolis promises a good night out tonight (and in the future), Sheezer DJs a night of dancing to other bands' tunes (other than Weezer's), and Braids and Yukon Gold stack their competing bills with great openers.
In today's UP: Occupy Wall Street spawns a Canadian spin-off, young artists showcase at the Gladstone Hotel, Ohbijou and a DOA alumni play free in-stores, and Punch Drysdale celebrate their reunion by punishing their livers onstage.