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Our recap of the local talent showcase (and its corresponding laffs).
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: 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.
After a one-year hiatus, the Toronto incarnation of the Montreal-based comedy festival brings us a week of funny (and not-so-funny) shows.
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: Zombie's Drugs and Unicorns; God of Carnage's pillow warfare; 36 Chambers of German Sparkle; Thee Oh Sees' punk, The Big Sound's Motown; Picnicface hosts improvisers doing "anything but improv"; and the IFOA continues.
The Canadian Comedy Awards handed out hardware last night to a host of hilarious people.
Revving up for the premiere of their TV show this month, East Coast troupe Picnicface showed off their sketch skills IRL at the Rivoli.
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist.