Angela shares her reviews of Pluck’d, Precinct, Orson Wells / Shylock, and the Ballad of Frank Allen.
Clowns, the Apocalypse, and being stuck on a ship with Sloan’s Chris Murphy some of the things to expect at the Solos Fest.
Making it up as they go along, improvisors are put into pre-rehearsed scenes and hilarity ensues. Interview with Vance Gillis about this new improv concept.
Look At This Guy, Oni, Attention Seeker, Die Mutter, Seven The Roots of Self, and 12 Angry Puppets reviewed.
Lots more juicy shows to catch at the Fringe. Reviews of Les Bunheads, Trantasy, Felix, The Shiner, and Look at this Guy.
Wrestler and improviser, McGee plans to half-nelson his audience at the Fringe.
A mysterious murder case, a number of suspects and two detectives putting pieces together in a completely improvised mini-series Broken River at Montreal Improv
New Montreal Improv macabre serial Broken River gets underway pretty quickly, with a real “corpse” on stage and the unmistakable sounds of police sirens.
Practice chanting for the next big throwdown in Montreal. Bat-tle-War! Bat-tle-War! Bat-tle-War!
Mprov, a Montreal based improv festival featured Funtime Jam, Grindprov, and Doreen. Read the review here.
MPROV festival showcases local French and English improv acts as well as travelling troupes from across Canada and as far away as Paris. A quick review of the shows by Wild Heart, the McGill Improv, and the Yes Tones.
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?
More side splitting melodrama with ducks, lovers lost, lovers found, and the mother-son relationship.
Big drama in the prairie as the gang responds to a flying machine that destroys corn, Burt’s bees, and a murderous pig.