A quick peek into the creative process behind the Fringe show of the well-spoken Irish born actress who has made Montreal her home.
Interview with Kristen Rassmussen and two other shows you need to catch.
Jermaine Fowler, Beth Stelling, Aparna Nancherla keep Off JFL hilarious.
Katie Leggit talks about creating the all-female comedy festival, Ladyfest along with Erin Hall and Lar Vi.
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.
A comedy extravaganza of madness.
Lots more juicy shows to catch at the Fringe. Reviews of Les Bunheads, Trantasy, Felix, The Shiner, and Look at this Guy.
Julie talks to the performer about her show Love & Marriage that focuses on life in a polyamorous relationship.
More reviews of the Montreal Fringe Festival! Bar Kapra, Snack Music, Obscura, and Peter n’ Chris. Delivered at a dedicated 5 a.m. no less.
Wrestler and improviser, McGee plans to half-nelson his audience at the Fringe.
Julie talks to spiritual animator by day, laugh animator by night Katie Leggitt.
Two shows, six troupes at the Montreal Improv theatre and a whole lotta characters.
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.
Join Montreal Improv veteran Joshua Budman as he raises money for Movember with a new show that’s got as much moustache as style.
Register this weekend to participate in the city’s most absurd (and fun) scavenger hunt.
Montreal Improv puts forward another serial series by the same team that introduced Wild Heart Acres.