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NEW FACES AT THE TOSKETCHFEST

The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival Board of Directors is thrilled to announce the appointment of Ellen Bayley and Ron Tite to our organization’s volunteer board. Ellen and Ron join our exceptional board team which consists of Chairperson Megan MacKeigan, Treasurer Tom Lowden, and directors Chris Earle and John Petcoff.

 

Winnie-the-Pooh's long-forgotten penguin friend makes debut in official sequel

Generations of children the world over have long adored AA Milne's tales of Winnie-the-Pooh and his motley band of pals, Tigger, Piglet and Eeyore.

But now it appears one of the bear-of-little-brain's mates was forgotten along the way and condemned to anonymity for nearly 90 years.

Finally, this century-old wrong is about to be righted and the residents of the Hundred Acre Wood will be joined by a new companion: Penguin.

In The Bathroom, Ask For A Raise While Touching Your Penis

One of the questions people constantly send me is “How do I ask for a raise?”

It’s tricky. You want to be paid a fair value for your work, but you never want to come off as anything other than a Team Player. Fortunately, I’ve come up with a simple solution.

Next time you’re standing next to your boss at the urinal, ask him for a raise while both you and he are touching your respective penises.

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UNCALLED FOR PRESENTS PLAYDAY MAYDAY

TOsketchfest is thrilled to partner with multiple award-winning troupe Uncalled For in producing a theatrical run of Playday Mayday at Theatre Passe Muraille, November 23rd to December 4th, 2016.

ComedySportz at the high school!

We're interactive and positive,fast-paced and interesting. It's entertainment that everyone will love and we never talk down to students.
ComedySportz is the perfect show for grades K-12.

Most Disliked Movie Trailer on YouTube

The new Ghostbusters movie received a lot of hate long before its debut this past Friday. Some were appalled that the franchise was being rebooted at all, and others took particular issue with the fact it was being revived with an all-female main cast. The trailer for the new film claimed the title of “Most Disliked Movie Trailer on YouTube” after an orchestrated effort by some folks online to downvote the trailer into oblivion.

The Comedy Listings for July 15-21

A selected guide to stand-up, improv and comedy shows in New York City.

★ ‘Art School Acid Dropout’ (Friday) Grant Lindahl fuses visual art and stand-up comedy in this one-of-a-kind interactive show by providing crayons and paper so audiences can draw freely through the event. For this anniversary show, Mr. Lindahl will feature art from the photographer Mindy Tucker and performances by Dave Hill, Josh Gondelman, Joe Pera, Ashley Brooke Roberts and Robert Watkins. At 10 p.m., the Creek and the Cave, 10-93 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, Queens.

The Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival: 2016 lineup, schedule & tickets

Hall as well as the previously-announced Star Talk Live! taping with Neil DeGrasse Tyson at Beacon Theatre on September 15 (tickets).
Tickets for all the Bell House and Union Hall shows go on sale Friday, July 8 at noon.
As mentioned the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival will be back in September and now we have all the details: the 2016 edition happens September 15 – 17 at The Bell House and Union 

Jason Bateman's New Comedy Will Take You Back to Elementary School

Once you leave grade school, you've probably never thought about competing in a spelling bee again in your life. Not so for 40-year-old Guy Trilby. The angry-at-the-world character is portrayed by Jason Bateman in the star's directorial debut Bad Words, now playing in select theaters. Kathryn Hahn plays the fiery reporter trailing the case. "I've worshipped Jason since forever," Hahn told InStyle when we sat down with the cast at the Toronto International Film Festival.

The Show of Nick Kroll & John Mulaney bringing Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland to ‘Oh, Hello on Broadway’

You may remember that Nick Kroll and John Mulaney brought their ‘Oh, Hello’ alter egos, Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland, to the NYC’s Cherry Lane Theatre for a sold-out off-Broadway run last fall. Gil and George have hit the big time now, announcing that ‘Oh, Hello on Broadway’ is coming to the Lyceum Theatre for a limited run from September 23, 2016 – January 8, 2017. Tickets are on sale now.

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