10 bucks, 1000 laughs. You should probably check out the Facebook page, because there’s a seriously HOT TRAILER.Read Article
Picture a stand up comedian. Did you picture a white guy in a beard with skinny jeans and a plaid shirt? No? Oh, sorry, a white guy in skinny jeans, a T-shirt and glasses? FINE. The point is, most mainstream comedy out there comes from a place of heteronormativity and is presented from a male,… Read More »Read Article
Stories From the Red Tent promises an evening of menstrual comedy to have you laughing and cringing. One night only!
What it is about taboo topics that make them so delicious to talk about? Also what the hell makes so many female body-oriented subjects taboo, anyways? If you’re looking to spend a night away from fear that you can’t talk about the weird thing your diva cup did last week, or that it would be… Read More »Read Article
Ha! Ha! Ha! An interview with comedian Catherine McCormick about Toronto's Indie Comedy Hour and women in comedy.
Catherine McCormick is a stand up comedian, storyteller, improvisor and, full disclosure, a lady who I think is just the best. This Wednesday, April 18th, will mark the one year anniversary of her stand up comedy night, Toronto’s Indie Comedy Hour, at 8pm at No One Writes to the Colonel, on College St. We had… Read More »Read Article