Rachel Levine talks to Lar Vi about getting her show, The Making of Warm Mess, ready for the Fringe.
It’s not all red noses and honking horns. Clowning is a serious art form. Interview with the fabulous Kendall Savage.
“The best part of performing is diving deep into a character and making an audience laugh until they pee a little.”
Need a reason to see Sketchfest? We’ve got five big ones.
Get your Fringe Festival on with a superpass and we’ve got one to give away here. Enter by May 27.
Interview with Colin Sharpe from The Weaker Vessels, performing at Sketchfest.
“Turns out, bombing really hard in your underwear is considerably more intense than bombing fully clothed.” Who knew? Find out here.
There are more festivals than sunny days in May — and May tends to be full of sunshine in the city!
McGill’s sketch comedy troupe delivers big when it comes to comedy and you can always bring your snack of choice!
Lar Vi talks to Tom Green about reality tv, censorship, and Donald Trump.
Peter J Radomski who emceed when Comedyworks first reopened returns one year later for five shows in three nights.
It’s a theatre treat to check out short works that range from finished to en route. Angela reviews Line Up D of the Shortstanding Festival here.