The TSC’s fourth remount of Ogoki Nights is dramatic chaos unleashed and insane fun with real cans of Pabst.
Great news guys! I know I say it quite often recently, but is it my fault there are a lot of great things happening on the comedy scene of Montreal? Yeah, that’s what I [read on]
Every Sunday you can watch the funniest of the funny battle to be the last of the funny… and it’s funny.
DéPFLIES are now among the top five finalists of CBC ComedyCoup and are preparing to make Canada laugh at Whistler Film Festival
Here is another thing to add to the list of why to be proud of our city: DÉPFLIES, the first bilingual Montreal-set television show makes it to the top FIVE in the CBC ComedyCoup!
DÉPFLIES is among the top 55 finalists in CBC’s ComedyCoup! Read more for the interview with the “power trio” behind this project.
Staples to the Montreal improv stage get laughs and more laughs with a series of games under host Kenny Streule
Montreal’s Le Nouveau International organization’s project DÉPFLIES made it to the top 110 projects in Canada for CBC’s ComedyCoup. VOTE NOW and help out.
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.
PTP remounts their popular Fringe Fest show of improv games at the Wiggle Room.
A Bandolier of Dreams and High Tea bring out the British accents. Which one is real and which one isn’t? Wine or tea? Where’s the beer?
9th Annual Sketch Fest brings together local groups, Canadian troupes, and International teams for a week long party and sketch comedy.
When the cast asked “Name something lost” and an audience member suggested “virginity,” Wild Heart Acres was destined for its best night ever.
In this installment, one character fights another, even though they’re both played by the same actor. How do they pull this stuff off at the Montreal Improv?
The Theatre St. Catherine crew joins forces with local indie musicians to perform the greatest rock operetta ever based on the Bible.
More side splitting melodrama with ducks, lovers lost, lovers found, and the mother-son relationship.
Montreal’s first improv mini series set on the American frontier, Wild Heart Acres, begins its four month run now.