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Best of: Late Night

America's Got Talent, but some of that talent happens to be Canadian. Comedian John Wing, originally from Sarnia, ON (now living in Los Angeles) appears on Tuesday night's edition of
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A 5:00 p.m. gala? Why not? Even before the first glimmer of her outfit’s first sequin was visible, Joan Rivers had the Place des Arts audience eating out of the
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Warning: inside baseball ahead. I'll say upfront that I arrived at this show heavily biased. Scott Adsit is one of my favourite improvisers to watch, and he helped make the
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One word for Adam Carolla: ouch. But more on that later. After a delightfully insider-y introduction by John Mulaney (the best: a reference to the Sleuth reference), Andy Kindler delivered
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Perhaps it was the marathon late-night edition last year that prompted Just For Laughs to limit Marc Maron's WTF podcast to only a 1-hour slot on Friday afternoon. How cruel!
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Booze, poutine, and comedy: recipe for joyful Montreal debauchery. The 2013 edition of Just For Laughs is heading into its final - and biggest - weekend, and the ComedyPRO conference
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Heavy rain closed the Fringe Club bar Sunday, which seemed like the Toronto Fringe’s greatest tragedy (beer?!) up until the even heavier rains Monday. Multiple shows were cancelled due to
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In an announcement made on their Facebook page Wednesday, longform improv company Impatient Theatre Co. (ITC) said it would shut its doors on its year-old training facility on Spadina Ave.
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A stone's throw from the heart of Toronto's Gay Pride celebrations, Bitch Salad's fifth annual Pride edition played to a (rightfully) packed house.
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A fundraising event where the comedy is the selling point and not just a timefiller? What a concept! Other charities might want to take a cue from Comic Vision Last
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Best of: Interviews

America's Got Talent, but some of that talent happens to be Canadian. Comedian John Wing, originally from Sarnia, ON (now living in Los Angeles) appears on Tuesday night's edition of
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A 5:00 p.m. gala? Why not? Even before the first glimmer of her outfit’s first sequin was visible, Joan Rivers had the Place des Arts audience eating out of the
Read more...
Warning: inside baseball ahead. I'll say upfront that I arrived at this show heavily biased. Scott Adsit is one of my favourite improvisers to watch, and he helped make the
Read more...
One word for Adam Carolla: ouch. But more on that later. After a delightfully insider-y introduction by John Mulaney (the best: a reference to the Sleuth reference), Andy Kindler delivered
Read more...
Perhaps it was the marathon late-night edition last year that prompted Just For Laughs to limit Marc Maron's WTF podcast to only a 1-hour slot on Friday afternoon. How cruel!
Read more...
Booze, poutine, and comedy: recipe for joyful Montreal debauchery. The 2013 edition of Just For Laughs is heading into its final - and biggest - weekend, and the ComedyPRO conference
Read more...
Heavy rain closed the Fringe Club bar Sunday, which seemed like the Toronto Fringe’s greatest tragedy (beer?!) up until the even heavier rains Monday. Multiple shows were cancelled due to
Read more...
In an announcement made on their Facebook page Wednesday, longform improv company Impatient Theatre Co. (ITC) said it would shut its doors on its year-old training facility on Spadina Ave.
Read more...
A stone's throw from the heart of Toronto's Gay Pride celebrations, Bitch Salad's fifth annual Pride edition played to a (rightfully) packed house.
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A fundraising event where the comedy is the selling point and not just a timefiller? What a concept! Other charities might want to take a cue from Comic Vision Last
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Best of: Toronto Comedy

Set List creators Paul Provenza and Troy Conrad are in town to unleash their format on JFL42, which forces comics to abandon their material and do a fully-improvised set based
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It was the first show of JFL42 to sell out, so it's no surprise that Saturday's crowd at the 1,250-seat Queen Elizabeth Theatre welcomed Bill Burr with a partial standing
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Don't bother looking up the definition of "next". It didn't change overnight. The winner of the SiriusXM Next Top Comic contest - part of JFL42 - is indeed Pete Zedlacher,
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JFL42 - aka Toronto's edition of Just For Laughs - starts tonight. Aside from link-bait preview lists from online media (ahem), here are five other things to expect from this
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America's Got Talent, but some of that talent happens to be Canadian. Comedian John Wing, originally from Sarnia, ON (now living in Los Angeles) appears on Tuesday night's edition of
Read more...
A 5:00 p.m. gala? Why not? Even before the first glimmer of her outfit’s first sequin was visible, Joan Rivers had the Place des Arts audience eating out of the
Read more...
Warning: inside baseball ahead. I'll say upfront that I arrived at this show heavily biased. Scott Adsit is one of my favourite improvisers to watch, and he helped make the
Read more...
One word for Adam Carolla: ouch. But more on that later. After a delightfully insider-y introduction by John Mulaney (the best: a reference to the Sleuth reference), Andy Kindler delivered
Read more...
Perhaps it was the marathon late-night edition last year that prompted Just For Laughs to limit Marc Maron's WTF podcast to only a 1-hour slot on Friday afternoon. How cruel!
Read more...

Best of: Improv

America's Got Talent, but some of that talent happens to be Canadian. Comedian John Wing, originally from Sarnia, ON (now living in Los Angeles) appears on Tuesday night's edition of
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A 5:00 p.m. gala? Why not? Even before the first glimmer of her outfit’s first sequin was visible, Joan Rivers had the Place des Arts audience eating out of the
Read more...
Warning: inside baseball ahead. I'll say upfront that I arrived at this show heavily biased. Scott Adsit is one of my favourite improvisers to watch, and he helped make the
Read more...
One word for Adam Carolla: ouch. But more on that later. After a delightfully insider-y introduction by John Mulaney (the best: a reference to the Sleuth reference), Andy Kindler delivered
Read more...
Perhaps it was the marathon late-night edition last year that prompted Just For Laughs to limit Marc Maron's WTF podcast to only a 1-hour slot on Friday afternoon. How cruel!
Read more...
Booze, poutine, and comedy: recipe for joyful Montreal debauchery. The 2013 edition of Just For Laughs is heading into its final - and biggest - weekend, and the ComedyPRO conference
Read more...
Heavy rain closed the Fringe Club bar Sunday, which seemed like the Toronto Fringe’s greatest tragedy (beer?!) up until the even heavier rains Monday. Multiple shows were cancelled due to
Read more...
In an announcement made on their Facebook page Wednesday, longform improv company Impatient Theatre Co. (ITC) said it would shut its doors on its year-old training facility on Spadina Ave.
Read more...
A stone's throw from the heart of Toronto's Gay Pride celebrations, Bitch Salad's fifth annual Pride edition played to a (rightfully) packed house.
Read more...
A fundraising event where the comedy is the selling point and not just a timefiller? What a concept! Other charities might want to take a cue from Comic Vision Last
Read more...

Best of: JFL 

America's Got Talent, but some of that talent happens to be Canadian. Comedian John Wing, originally from Sarnia, ON (now living in Los Angeles) appears on Tuesday night's edition of
Read more...
A 5:00 p.m. gala? Why not? Even before the first glimmer of her outfit’s first sequin was visible, Joan Rivers had the Place des Arts audience eating out of the
Read more...
Warning: inside baseball ahead. I'll say upfront that I arrived at this show heavily biased. Scott Adsit is one of my favourite improvisers to watch, and he helped make the
Read more...
One word for Adam Carolla: ouch. But more on that later. After a delightfully insider-y introduction by John Mulaney (the best: a reference to the Sleuth reference), Andy Kindler delivered
Read more...
Perhaps it was the marathon late-night edition last year that prompted Just For Laughs to limit Marc Maron's WTF podcast to only a 1-hour slot on Friday afternoon. How cruel!
Read more...
Booze, poutine, and comedy: recipe for joyful Montreal debauchery. The 2013 edition of Just For Laughs is heading into its final - and biggest - weekend, and the ComedyPRO conference
Read more...
Heavy rain closed the Fringe Club bar Sunday, which seemed like the Toronto Fringe’s greatest tragedy (beer?!) up until the even heavier rains Monday. Multiple shows were cancelled due to
Read more...
In an announcement made on their Facebook page Wednesday, longform improv company Impatient Theatre Co. (ITC) said it would shut its doors on its year-old training facility on Spadina Ave.
Read more...
A stone's throw from the heart of Toronto's Gay Pride celebrations, Bitch Salad's fifth annual Pride edition played to a (rightfully) packed house.
Read more...
A fundraising event where the comedy is the selling point and not just a timefiller? What a concept! Other charities might want to take a cue from Comic Vision Last
Read more...

Best of: More Live Shows 

America's Got Talent, but some of that talent happens to be Canadian. Comedian John Wing, originally from Sarnia, ON (now living in Los Angeles) appears on Tuesday night's edition of
Read more...
A 5:00 p.m. gala? Why not? Even before the first glimmer of her outfit’s first sequin was visible, Joan Rivers had the Place des Arts audience eating out of the
Read more...
Warning: inside baseball ahead. I'll say upfront that I arrived at this show heavily biased. Scott Adsit is one of my favourite improvisers to watch, and he helped make the
Read more...
One word for Adam Carolla: ouch. But more on that later. After a delightfully insider-y introduction by John Mulaney (the best: a reference to the Sleuth reference), Andy Kindler delivered
Read more...
Perhaps it was the marathon late-night edition last year that prompted Just For Laughs to limit Marc Maron's WTF podcast to only a 1-hour slot on Friday afternoon. How cruel!
Read more...
Booze, poutine, and comedy: recipe for joyful Montreal debauchery. The 2013 edition of Just For Laughs is heading into its final - and biggest - weekend, and the ComedyPRO conference
Read more...
Heavy rain closed the Fringe Club bar Sunday, which seemed like the Toronto Fringe’s greatest tragedy (beer?!) up until the even heavier rains Monday. Multiple shows were cancelled due to
Read more...
In an announcement made on their Facebook page Wednesday, longform improv company Impatient Theatre Co. (ITC) said it would shut its doors on its year-old training facility on Spadina Ave.
Read more...
A stone's throw from the heart of Toronto's Gay Pride celebrations, Bitch Salad's fifth annual Pride edition played to a (rightfully) packed house.
Read more...
A fundraising event where the comedy is the selling point and not just a timefiller? What a concept! Other charities might want to take a cue from Comic Vision Last
Read more...