Posts Filed Under: Improv
The Canadian Improv Games marks its 40th anniversary with a fundraiser featuring an exceptional line-up of professional comic alumni.
New improv company The Assembly launches tonight with showcases by resident troupes and some assembled all stars.
Several of Comedy Bar's top acts are collaborating on a fundraiser for The Haven, a Toronto drop-in.
An eclectic line-up of activists, writers, and musicians appearing as guest monologists for their new all star show.
24 hours of unscripted entertainment, including a musical, a seance, and a trilingual set, to support Bad Dog Theatre Company's diversity programming.
Two innovative indie theatre shows—Slip, a murder mystery, and One Night Only, an improvised musical—play with and subvert their genres.
These shows are bringing stage actors and improvisers closer together.
Bad Dog Theatre's Combustion Festival brings improvisers from across the continent (and further) to try out new formats and cross-pollinate their art.
Nominated for: leading Bad Dog Theatre to its new home in Toronto's "comedy corridor."
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.
Nominated for: speaking up when she didn't need to.
Alice Moran, co-star and co-writer of Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody, talks about her work on the comedic musical, women's rights, and other things.
Improv in Toronto stages a zombie attack on the University of Toronto campus.
Dungeons and Dragons Live brings tabletop role-playing out of the basement and into Comedy Bar.
For the second time, we highlight Toronto-based female comedians who are among the best at what they do.
The National Theatre of the World takes two pages of a script and improvises them into an entire play.
Bret "The Hitman" Hart judged a Catch-23 improv show at Comedy Bar.
In today's UP: two new exhibitions, Transmission Lines and People People, open at the Cooper Cole Gallery; COBA's new work Les Rythmes de la Forêt opens at the Fleck Dance Theatre; and improv show About an Hour returns to Toronto.