Check out these scenes I wrote for The Irrelevant Show on CBC radio:
Two more of my sketches were broadcast by the Irrelevant Show in February. There’s going to a large batch of my scenes airing in the coming weeks so stay tuned.
Here’s the first iteration of ‘Future Reviews’ that aired back in January:
The Irrelevant Show is a sketch comedy show that airs on CBC Radio One’s national airwaves. The show returns for a fifth season,performing and recording in front of live audiences across Canada.
I am a contributing writer on the 2016 season. New episodes began airing in January and there is already a sketch of mine that you can listen to, A Future Review of Jurassic Park.
My new cartoon show MURDER HOUSE has reached over 50,000 views in just over two weeks. Fellow writer/creators Andrew, Ned, and I are very happy with the (shockingly out-of-character) comments on Youtube. The viewers have been so complimentary and positive.
Here’s a little behind-the-scenes trivia for the fans. When developing the show, we drew inspiration from our favourite cartoons. Can you name all the shows in this image? Here’s a freebie, one of them is Dr. Katz.
The sports themed Raconteurs show that happened last week is getting restaged at the Pan Am Games. Pride House will be hosting a mini version of the show in which some of Toronto’s best storyteller’s talk about their best moments in sport.
The begins at 7:30 PM at 519 Church St (Pride House).
I will be performing at the next Raconteurs show titled SPORTS on July 8th. With the Pam Am Games in town, some of Toronto’s best storytellers will convene to tell their stories about success and (most likely) failure in the physical arena.
Storytellers include Chris Berube, Gillian English and former Australian Aussie Rules Footballer Jon Bennett.
This is very exciting! The first episode to my new show, produced with Mondo Media, is now online. Please watch it and give it a thumbs up.
To be honest, the show is truly about some jerks getting murdered in a house. There is some needless violence. Hopefully you’re into that.
It was created, written, and voiced by myself, Ned Petre, and Andrew Cromwell. We brought in Kat Latwin to perform the female characters in this episode.
The University of Guelph interviewed my sketch troupe after our first show at the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival. Here it is
Landlord Skiltch (voiced by me) helps Crack Duck confront the demons in his head. Click below to watch episode six of Crack Duck!
Thanks to everyone who has enjoyed my photos from this year’s Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.
To save you from sorting through the previous sixteen posts, here are my best shots from the week.