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The rising star comedian has a three night stand in Toronto, supported by sterling local acts.
Our (sort-of) sober consideration of the funniest shows of the past year.
A look at some of the actors, artists, activists, and public figures who will be making news in 2015.
The acts and shows we still chuckle about when we think back on the past year.
Here are a few ways to get your cheer on this holiday season.
The JFL42 comedy festival is over for the year. Here's a rundown of the acts that impressed us most.
In today's Urban Planner: anniversaries for Loving in the Name Of, Cash for Toronto, Globehead, and Theatresports; last-chance theatre; and late night shows from Rapp Battlez and people you've "seen on TV!"
In today's Urban Planner: the truth behind the beauty of a ballerina, Parker and Seville team up with Vest of Friends for a week-long sketch-comedy spectacular, and the premiere of It’s a Wonderful Toronto: The Rob Ford Holiday Spectacular!
In today's Urban Planner: bicycle rides in memoriam; Faun Fables and local friends play Polyhaus; and comedy on screen, on stage, and in a guy's garage.
In today's Urban Planner: Mark Little appears onscreen in Rollertown, and onstage in the Just For Laughs Festival; new editions of Steam Whistle Unsigned, Shake a Tail, and The Big Sound.
Canadian sketch comedy troupe Picnicface is fighting to get its act back on TV after it was cancelled by Bell Media.
In today's UP: learn about the history of Toronto's theatres, help Shakespeare in the Ruff bring theatre back to the east end's parks, bid farewell to Sandro Perri and Steve Kado, and see more than a dozen comediennes at the Alt Dot.
Today: Playwrights Guild of Canada kicks off a week of readings with Majal Ardal, I Heart Jokes celebrates local live comedy with their first awards night, and the Hot Docs film festival continues.
In today's Urban Planner: The Story's final telling; Phillips and Crown sing their comedy; What's in the Box wraps with comedy, too; and a punk NYE Eve show.