The Flirty Boys and Carson Pinch Will Die take to the stage at the Toronto Sketchfest!
My second night at Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival was spent catching the double bill of The Flirty Boys and Carson Pinch Will Die at The Theatre Centre. The comedy on offer tonight was just as intriguing as what I saw the night before and I would highly recommend checking out the rest of the festival this weekend with friends or dates!
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The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival continues until Sunday and tonight I was able to catch a double bill of The Hottest Girl in School and Fusion Comedy. It showed the variety of offerings that can be found in the festival. Although the material in both shows were vastly different in content, it was still a thoroughly enjoyable double bill overall.
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John & Waleed Bridge Worlds and Harmonies at Toronto’s Theatre Passe Muraille
I walked into to John & Waleed, now playing at the Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace, expecting an afternoon of pleasant tunes from the eponymous creators/performers John Millard and Waleed Abdulhamid, but I was worried that this show featuring “harmonies” created out of “dissonant upbringings” would be too easy on our increasingly troubled times.
Fortunately John & Waleed proved me wrong by subtly provoking complicated questions on identity and history rather than placating them.
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