Posts Filed Under: comedy
An eclectic line-up of activists, writers, and musicians appearing as guest monologists for their new all star show.
While there may be some talk about babies, it's going to be an adults only show.
Toronto comics have had a banner year on the small screen, and they're celebrating (and showing off) at Toronto's comedy "sketchfest."
Being Muslim In Canada: A Comedy Show makes space for Muslim comics to showcase their chops.
Check out their monthly showcase tonight at Bad Dog Theatre on Bloor.
Comedy producers who don't program diverse and gender balanced bills are getting called out on social media, and risk becoming irrelevant.
We take stock after 12 days of frenzied theatre going (and blowout partying in the Honest Ed's alley).
We've seen a third of the Toronto Fringe Festival's nearly 150 shows. Here's what we loved so far.
Our sixth-annual profile of talented female performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get the attention they deserve.
The city's comedy scene is marred with racist, classist jokes—and young people aren't laughing.
Never mind Drake. The company taps into Prime Minister Trudeau's largesse for its new spring revue, The Hotline Always Blings Twice.
Improviser James Gangl and comedy troupe Sex T-Rex, both known better in comedy circles, are remounting scripted stage shows, and both will surprise theatre-goers.
They're not comics. Why are they producing some of Toronto's best sketch comedy?
We saw all 10 shows running in the Next Stage Festival—from improv to dance, Greek tragedy to school drama.
How to ring in 2016 without applying for a loan.
Our (sort-of) sober consideration of the funniest shows of the past year.
In the midst of Toronto's busiest theatre season, we look at two short run shows: an adaptation of German tragicomedy Casimir and Caroline, and new sketch show F*#% IT.
A comedy showcase has its finale, but the awards will continue, including new ones supported by Second City.