Sitcom-styled play weds Trailer Park Boys style humor with Montreal’s eclectic and gentrifying St-Henri borough.
September is revving up and that means festivals downtown, froshies screaming airing out sweaters and cardigans, and just maybe, maybe a slow down to this epic bout of [read on]
September in Montreal keeps the city July-hot all through the fall season.
Jermaine Fowler, Beth Stelling, Aparna Nancherla keep Off JFL hilarious.
One Dave Chapelle’s opener, now a headliner himself, Hannibal Buress takes the JFL stage.
If you’re going to talk comedy and politics, or just the comedy of politics, it might as well be with Greg Proops. Interview here.
Interview with Matt Braunger whose new show is about “the screw-ups, dipshit moves, and all-out bad calls on my part.”
Mike Ward hosts a line up of men and women who know the value of a great dirty joke.
Win tickets to laugh your butt/rov/kolba/culata/fesse/popo off with the Ethnic Show HERE.
Interview with master story teller, Jon Bennett, about life as a traveling performer.
Bushel and Peck, Thunderfoot, Captain Aurora, Falling Awake, and Jem Roll’s Get Lost reviewed.
Round three of the Fringe Festival reviews with A Perfect Picture, Bizarro Obscure, Messy Bitch, Sexpectations, and Does Not Play Well With Others