Toronto Fringe: Hilarity ensues with farce-inspired improv shenanigans in Entrances and Exits

Back: Ghazal Azarbad, Liz Johnston, Dylan Evans & Connor Low. Front: Conor Bradbury, Nigel Downer & Ruth Goodwin. Photo by Connor Low.   The Howland Company joins forces with Bad Dog Theatre for a Toronto Fringe run of improvised theatre, creating a new show every night inspired by traditional farces with Entrances and Exits, directedContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: Hilarity ensues with farce-inspired improv shenanigans in Entrances and Exits”

Second City serves up the fun with a trippy mashup of holiday classics in Twist Your Dickens

Ever wonder where the misfit toys went after Santa took them off the island? How about that original ending to A Charlie Brown Christmas that the network execs didn’t want you to see? And how Oliver Twist became an activist? Wonder no more, my friends. For this holiday season, Second City presents Twist Your Dickens.Continue reading “Second City serves up the fun with a trippy mashup of holiday classics in Twist Your Dickens”

Funny as hell & sh*t gets real in the socially sharp, outrageously funny Late Night

Moses Znaimer and Kat Sandler have teamed up for Zoomer LIVE Theatre’s inaugural production, the debut of Sandler’s Late Night (winner of Toronto Fringe 24-hour playwriting contest), currently running in ZoomerHall – a new space that will serve as a launch pad for intimate, multi-media indie productions. Located in a Liberty Village complex that’s alsoContinue reading “Funny as hell & sh*t gets real in the socially sharp, outrageously funny Late Night”

Lightning round social satire that burns so good in Second City Toronto’s hilariously insightful Come What Mayhem!

This past year has been a tumultuous one, with some hysterically funny and horrible examples of human dumbassery. Taking on the trends and issues of 2016, Second City Toronto digs deep and burns hard in its sharply funny Come What Mayhem! Mainstage revue. Written by the ensemble and directed by Carly Heffernan, assisted by NigelContinue reading “Lightning round social satire that burns so good in Second City Toronto’s hilariously insightful Come What Mayhem!”