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Comedy producers who don't program diverse and gender balanced bills are getting called out on social media, and risk becoming irrelevant.
Our sixth-annual profile of talented female performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get the attention they deserve.
These shows are bringing stage actors and improvisers closer together.
Every night in Toronto, there's a comedy show worth seeing. We went to a week's worth of long-running shows to see why they've lasted a decade or more.
The award-winning comedy duo is performing in one more show Wednesday night after a successful run at the 2013 Sketch Comedy Festival.
New to Toronto's comedy scene, Rasmussen is getting ready to show off her signature solo act.
In today's Urban Planner: Talking about the future of Toronto, a special tribute to playwright Sarah Kane, Villains and Vixens shows the dark and sexy side of musical theatre, and three comedy troupes trade their material in Switch-Off.
In today's Urban Planner: hundreds of tubas at Nathan Phillips Square, This Guy, This Girl art exhibit launches at Steam Whistle, and Egg Zeppelin performs with special guests (and bacon).
Today: Bird Brains migrate south; Toronto Masque Theatre and Art & Lies Productions both do opera mash-ups; Pat Thornton begins his 24-hour stand-up set; and musical up-and-comers Wordburglar, Digits, and the Big Sound orchestra.
A local comic gets ready for his fourth annual 24-hour comedy marathon, to benefit the Stephen Lewis Foundation.
Today: buy crafts at the Moose Show, the Trinity College Dramatic Society presents Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap, writers read their works at WordStage, and the Switch Off sketch comedy battle goes down at Comedy Bar.
Two stars from HBO's Eastbound and Down spent the weekend at Comedy Bar, to kick off Toronto's new improv fest.
Dungeons and Dragons Live brings tabletop role-playing out of the basement and into Comedy Bar.
Today: Dungeons and Dragons live on stage, Bookclub-in-a-Box wants you to meet author Joshua Henkin, and things heat up at the Rochester.
For the second time, we highlight Toronto-based female comedians who are among the best at what they do.
In today's Urban Planner: fishing in Toronto, celebrating disposable films, and Sketch Com-Ageddon.
Local comedians celebrated their own, hunted werewolves, and gave birth to the antichrist at Saturday's Sketchiest Sketch Show.
Bret "The Hitman" Hart judged a Catch-23 improv show at Comedy Bar.