Andy Kindler’s Alternative Show hosted drop-ins from the festival, highlights being the naturally funny Liza Treyger and Rory Scovel surprising Todd Glass with some positive heckling,
Comedian Whitney Cummings waded headlong into the #MeToo shitstorm last night as she performed a killer JFL NorthWest set with material f
And yes, there were local digs: Mandel opener John Mendoza says he’s noticed so many Tim Hortons franchises sprouting up in Vancouver, he saw one in a Starbucks.
In its new holiday show, VTSL sends up those dreadful Hallmark holiday movies nobody watches or cares about. Or do they?
They sent up baristas, Science World, lululemon, yoga, and our Hollywood North reputation, with slick transitions care of local bands.
Kathy Griffin has a lot to say. A lot.
One lucky spectator gets to do a scene with the cast before getting offed. But, hey, you pays your money and you takes your chances.
Despite his sometimes cranky take on diet and exercise, cruise ships, zip-lining, and breakfast in bed, Tom Papa's overall message to the masses was positive.
I’m beginning to wonder about the Christmas Queen. Every year (for the past four seasons, at least), she starts out trying her damnedest to ruin the holiday for one and all and then ends up embracing it. Her inability to remember from one December to the next is alarming. Maybe dementia is creeping in.
In this improv rendition, Vancouver TheatreSports League's latest took on everything from hockey parents to Heritage Minutes.
The Biltmore Cabaret was transformed into an intimate space for a heartfelt phone call between two strangers, approximately 300 audience members, and thousands of podcast listeners on Tuesday night.
They say the western is dead, but make the characters androids and add a creepy mastermind who controls everyone, and now you’re cooking with gasoline.