Shows

ZOOFEST: LES CHIENS

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July 11 & 12, 11:30PM at KATACOMBES 1635 St-Laurent

July 29 & 30 8PM at Theatre Sainte Catherine


In the ashes of the apocalypse, two lonely clowns tell, using mime, their story. In a post-apocalyptic world, one thing matters more than ever: art. Along the way they slowly discover that they are not alone.

A homage to the performing arts, improv, theatre and comedy - wrapped up in a hilarious show and totally unique play.

Artists: Alain Mercieca, Anton Golikov, Max Paradis, Patrick Abellard,...

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ZOOFEST: Marty Topps: LIVE! From the Rotary Club

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July 30, 31 & August 1st, 11:30PM

Marty Topps is a song and dance man from Toronto. His wife has left him and he’s offered her $100,000 to just sit on stage and listen as he tries to win her back the best way he knows how… Singing pop songs about love, sex, babies and Taco Bell.

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Les Lundis d’impro!

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Every Monday
8PM
$7

Le Nouveau International presents

Les Lundis d'impro!

A weekly improv show that brings together some of the finest improvisers at Theatre Ste-Catherine. Les Lundis puts the improvisers in the director's chair...

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Sunday Night Improv – BACK AUGUST 2ND!

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Every Sunday
8PM
$7

Le Nouveau International presents

Montreal's Favorite Weekly Improv Show

Improvisers are selected at random to be in scenes which are then scored...

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ST AMBROISE FRINGE MONTREAL: Everything Is Normal: A Solo Comedy

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June 10 - 21, 2015

Following a successful closing night performance at the 2014 SOlOS Festival, Oh Yeah No Kidding Productions is bringing back Everything Is Normal (with new material!) for eight...

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Art Up 3: Vernissage // FREDC

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Tuesday May 12th at 6pm

Studio Béluga invites you to a special Sketchfest edition of Art-Up. Join us Tuesday May 12th at 6pm for FREDC’s solo exhibition featuring original artwork and sketches by the artist who created the popular characters used to brand The Montréal Sketch Comedy Festival for the past two years.

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Stampede Breakfast

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Saturday July 4th, Noon to Late

In the tradition of Théâtre Ste. Catherine's forefathers, we are celebrating the cultural fanfare that is the Calgary Stampede with a fry-up and day-long festival of art and of course DRINKING

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OFF-JFL @ ZOOFEST: DÉPFLIES

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Monday July 20th, 10:30PM

The hilarious live sitcom that garnered a following in Montreal for being punk rock, bilingual and the essential Montreal show is now being offered up to you in a special, condensed MEGASHOW. This is a comedy explosion, a 60 minute offering of the original show that started the series and introduced us to all the loveable and hateable DÉPFLIES of Gisèle and Claude’s Dépanneur.

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#TBT: Too Much

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Thursday June 25th, 8PM

For one night only, TSC will host #TBT: Too Much!
G. Hamilton Braithwaite has assembled a raucous crew, of Montreal's best stand-up comedians, who will recreate and recall some of the the madness that took place at this legendary show.

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Keith Waterfield’s “Open Mic’ers”: A drama about comedy

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Tuesday June 23, 8PM, FREE

A staged reading of Keith Waterfield's "Open Mic'ers": A drama about comedy - specifically open mic comedians.

This is the second staged reading - the play has been expanded, notes have been considered, actors have been spoken with. Join us for drinks, comedy and the pleasure of telling a writer how you think their play should go.

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OFF-JFL @ ZOOFEST: Kurt Braunohler

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July 16 - 19, 10:30 PM

In this brand new hour of stand up, Kurt finally gives hot air balloon pilots the comeuppance they deserve, and bravely gets to the bottom of what moths ate before sweaters were invented. Unafraid to ask the BIG questions, like why people are allowed to own birds, and what beavers' tails really do, Kurt viciously skewers society with his deft and cunning wit. (But mostly yells about various animals.) Come find out why VICE called him "the closest thing we have to a real-life Willy Wonka.”

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