Sketches from the last 21 editions of Joketown for your laughing pleasure.
The improvisational world of Joketown is never the same place twice.
Sitcom-styled play weds Trailer Park Boys style humor with Montreal’s eclectic and gentrifying St-Henri borough.
Five shows reviewed by our team: Caisse 606, Bedrock Burlesque, Honesty Rents by the Hour, ATM the Musical, The Passage
I could have named another 25 easily. Here are 10 you might not have on your radar that you should, and 4 that probably already are.
Need a reason to see Sketchfest? We’ve got five big ones.
For just $5 a night, check out Montreal’s independent comedy scene: the new, the old, the muddle in the middle.
This rocking, gender-bendering version of the popular musical is a Montreal Easter season tradition and treat.
The TSC’s fourth remount of Ogoki Nights is dramatic chaos unleashed and insane fun with real cans of Pabst.
Moving into the top 55 of the Comedy Coup for CBC, DéPFLIES held a celebratory party. Check out our photos here.
Mprov, a Montreal based improv festival featured Funtime Jam, Grindprov, and Doreen. Read the review here.
DéPFLIES is back and Peter is ready to fight for his dep. THe real question is whether or not writer and star Alain Mercieca was allowed a swordfight.
The Theatre St. Catherine crew joins forces with local indie musicians to perform the greatest rock operetta ever based on the Bible.
Peopl’s Comedy featured some amazing performers, pizza, nutella, and a DJ who could do more than manipulate beats. Ianitza concludes its a great way to spend a Wednesday night!
Mercieca’s Politically Absurd Comedy Guardians of the Cross marks the anniversary of performance and arts organization Le Nouveau International