Mer Weinhold: “This is a twisted, funny, unpredictable play.”
Courtney Merchand: “It’s the all-female Ghost Busters spoof you didn’t realize you needed in your life, but trust me, you need this in your life.”
Jared Davidson: “Elie’s jokes swerve between the cartoonish and painfully true.”
Amanda Dookie: “An off-the-cuff performance that gives the audience a little bit of everything.”
Livia Belcea: “The show is made on the fly and was at times obscure and slightly disjointed. But still funny as hell.”
To help you make your choices, Apt613 has assembled an experienced team of volunteer reviewers:
Award winning Comedian DeAnne Smith brings their metaphorical (and literal) “mic drop of a show” to Ottawa on March 3rd at Arts Court Theatre.
All proceeds from the show will go towards Improv Embassy’s Inclusion Scholarship, which helps students from underrepresented backgrounds take their improv, sketch, and standup classes.
Nour Hadidi performs at the 8th Annual New Year’s Eve Comedy Night at the Shenkman Arts Centre on December 31.
In the giving spirit of the season, we’re giving you twice the podcast this week, with a bonus episode of holiday cheer!
This week, Asim and I met in the Carlingwood Mall to relive our childhoods and take in the holiday festivities.
Hotz is coming to the Algonquin Commons Theater on Friday, November 23rd, 2018 for 2 shows that will be filmed for a new special.
Kyle Brownrigg is having a breakout year in the comedy industry and is quickly becoming one of Ottawa’s best acts. He’ll be recording his debut live comedy album on November 10 at Yuk Yuks.
Hailing from Ottawa, Allison Dore began her career in the entertainment industry as an actor. Since then, she’s created Howl & Roar Records to amplify voices in entertainment.
Maria Bamford is bringing her unique blend of absurdity, dark subject matter, and creative joke-telling to Centrepointe Theatre.