Tag: comedy

STU alumnus excels in Toronto comedy scene

Picture this. Opening night. The theatre is packed with 300 comedy-lovers, friends, family and ...

Laughter: best medicine or social toxin?

Comedians have a great power: they give their audience a licence to laugh. What ...

I’m just here for the punchline

Always ask them if they’re having a good time. It gives you a chance ...

What’s Next? brings philosophy, surrealism and laughs

Theatre St. Thomas’ What’s Next Festival debuted to hearty laughs and tremendous applause Jan. ...

What’s Next: And Above All

The third play in Theatre St. Thomas’ What’s Next Festival focuses on the employees ...

What’s Next: I Love This City

In the weeks leading up to Theatre St. Thomas’ festival, The Aquinian will be sitting ...

Review: STEED’s Lysistrata a raunchy, mod take on Greek classic

The St. Thomas Early English Society’s Lysistrata is a high-energy and raunchy comedy that ...

Tale of Two Tommies: Baths vs. Showers

Troy Glover  What’s a bath? It’s a tub of warm-to-hot water that makes you ...

Tale of two Tommies: Dad Jokes vs Puns

William Cumming Dad jokes. At one point in our lives we’ve all cringed at ...

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern: Finding Absurdity in Death

Audiences were treated to a blend of humor, death and metatheatre over the weekend ...

From The Aquinian to the big stage: finding yourself through comedy

Like the average student, when Meg Mackay graduated from St. Thomas University four years ...

Centerspread: A paradoxical Ford

Rob Ford has gone from municipal politician to global pop culture icon in record ...

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