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Nov 10 2020

Guest of the Month – November

Coko Galore is a Toronto-based actor, comedian and curator.  She is one half of the dynamic improv comedy duo Coko & Daphney, Festival Director of Black and Funny – Toronto and Asian and Funny, and co-producer of The Untitled Black Sketch Project. Her performance credits include headlining festivals across North-America, Harbourfront’s BRAVE Festival 2018 (also curated by Coko Galore), her solo show MIXED CHICK at the Toronto Fringe 2015, and most recently CBC’s Tallboyz

Coko Galore is currently Artistic and Managing Director of The Bad Dog Comedy Theatre.

Coko has appeared on several Sonar shows, you can check out all of her episodes here: https://thesonarnetwork.com/people/coko-galore/

We asked Coko a few questions:

🔹 What episode of yours should people check out?

I loved recording the Nostalgique episode about Destiny’s Child, and 90s R&B in general. I have a huge passion for music, so it was nice to get to flex that muscle. 

🔹 What’s your favourite Sonar show?

Nostalgique and The Bed Post. I love the dynamic between the hosts on Nostalgique, and of course Erin Pim is an amazingly empathic and curious host on a topic that’s so taboo to everyone else.  

🔹 What are you looking forward to doing most once the pandemic is over?

Travelling. The pandemic has made me realize that I’ve actually been holding back on travelling. 

🔹 What do you have that people can check out now?

I love our new Thursday line-up: 5 Things w/ Kyah Green, Our Next Guest w/ Liz Johnston, & Theatresports, our flagship show. It’s an incredibly entertaining lineup.

Do you have a favourite guest? A favourite episode of Coko’s? Let us know in the comments!