Interview with Adrienne Truscott about her show “Asking For it” which she performs at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival
Review of the very interesting and very funny show The Boy With Tape on This Face. This show is awesome, but I warn there is a lot of audience participation.
Erik Griffin reveals why Just for Laughs is even more fun for the performers than the audiences.
Interview with storyteller-performer Jon Bennett about his show My Dad’s Deaths, storytelling, and how his shows come together.
Montreal’s theatre-comedy-burlesque-music festival brings 130 independent acts to the city. What to pick? Here’s some help.
Interview with Angelo Tsarouchas about the upcoming Ethnic Show at Just for Laughs in Montreal
Shaffir’s interview about his upcoming Just for Laughs appearances might contain some or all the following: mushrooms, peyote, marijuana, sex, danger, and a description of his penis.
Head down to Pinq Taco every 3rd Saturday of the month to check out featured comics for guaranteed laughs.
A man with a leg for a dick, ladies reading Greek poetry, dancers imitating a washing machine, and a cat with a backpack of toast on it. Must be the Fringe.
With the alt comedy scene and the regular circuit coming together, character comedy is at the fore.
After nearly a two-month hiatus, Thursday comedy night at Montreal Central Hostel returns to bring international and local comedians to travelers and residents alike.
Ali Hassan is a man of many hats and many laughs. We talk to him about his current trajectory.