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Oct 01 2021

Guest of the Month: JAN CARUANA

OCTOBER’S GUEST OF THE MONTH IS JAN CARUANA!!! Jan Caruana is a multiple Canadian Comedy Award winner & has performed across North America. She was a cast member of “One Night Only”, a fully improvised two-act musical at Factory Theatre & was part of the Off- Broadway workshop production in 2018. She was also part […]

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Sep 01 2021

Guest of the Month: MARC HALLWORTH!

SEPTEMBER’S GUEST OF THE MONTH IS MARC HALLWORTH!!! Marc is a cheerful (yet poor!) (his words) comedian originally from Calgary. He’s been living in Toronto since 2009 doing stand-up, sketch, improv, writing, and directing, and he’s been loving all of it. A great day for Marc involves doing comedy with his community, going skateboarding for […]

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May 01 2021

NEW PODCAST: Finders Grievers

Finders Grievers is a happy-ish podcast about sad things. Introducing our new show FINDERS GRIEVERS, a podcast about the ones we’ve lost and the lessons we’ve learned along the way. Launching just before Mother’s Day, the podcast opens with a deeply moving, reflective episode focused on the host’s own loss of her mother. ABOUT FINDERS […]

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Apr 01 2021

Guest of the Month – April

D.J. Mausner is an award winning stand-up, sketch, and improv comedian. In 2017 they performed in both the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal and JFL42 in Toronto, winning the Homegrown Comics Competition and appearing in the New Faces Characters Showcase, as well as co-headlining their own show. Their 2019 solo sketch performance in the […]

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Mar 08 2021

Guest of the Month – March

Miguel Rivas is an actor, writer and producer from Toronto, ON. He’s best known for co-anchoring three seasons of the CTV satirical news program The Beaverton. He has also appeared on multiple seasons of CBC’s Baroness Von Sketch, and on VRV’s animated Gary and His Demons. A veteran of the live comedy scene, Miguel and his brother Freddie are the co-creators and co-hosts […]

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Feb 11 2021

Guest of the Month – February

Andrea Marston is a comedian from Calgary, Alberta. Since moving to Toronto, Andrea has understudied the Second City Mainstage, been part of the NBC Universal Bob Curry Diversity Fellowship, and was part of the Second City House Company. Andrea has performed and taught in comedy festivals across Canada. She performs regularly with Bad Dog Theatre […]

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Jan 15 2021

Guest of the Month – January

Matt McCready is an improviser, producer and all around funny man! When the world is not ravaged by an unstoppable virus, he can be seen improvising on stages across Toronto and running the World’s Biggest Improv Tournament, an institution in the Toronto comedy scene. He has also guested on 30 different Sonar episodes, more than […]

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Nov 19 2020

5 Reasons to Put Your Podcast on YouTube

Most podcast hosts promote their episodes with something along the lines of “out now wherever you get your podcasts”, but that’s not always true. People often, for one reason or another, ignore YouTube and choose to not post their episodes there. This seems kind of crazy when you consider that YouTube is not just the […]

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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 […]

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Sep 10 2020

Guest of the Month – September

Brandon Hackett is one of Toronto’s funniest performers, and a veteran of institutions like The Second City Toronto mainstage and The Sketchersons. He can be seen in shows like Baroness von Sketch Show, The Beaverton, and TallBoyz on CBC – and has written for the latter two, in addition to This Hour Has 22 Minutes. He’s brought his grounded, thoughtful, and always hilarious […]

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