Scott Sneddon: “Like Toronto at its best, ‘Walking on Bombshells’ is fast-paced, hilarious and has surprising heart. It’s a welcome apolitical evening of comedy catharsis.”
“The chameleon-like comedians of The Second City find no shortage of holiday silliness to mine.” Scott Sneddon’s review of “It’s a Wild, Rowdy, Wonderful Life”
Hold the pink, cue the satire, and leave it to the ladies. Carly Heffernan, Director & Head Writer of The Second City’s mainstage hit SHE THE PEOPLE, discusses the show’s “quadruple threat” cast & its ability to spark laughter and thought.
Sticks and stone may break bones, but words can land a championship. Emily Richardson brandishes her word power in ‘Improv Showdown,’ The Second City’s invictus battle of wits and wordplay – suitable for all ages!
In Ashley with a “Y”, Ashley Botting performs songs composed on the spot! Forget gaudy. Forgo glitz. Instead, prepare for Ms Botting’s improv talents to spin ideas from her audiences at the Toronto Fringe Festival into cabaret gold.
May 5-7, Toronto audiences can participate in workshops and experience performances at The Second City’s 5th Diversity Weekend. The Weekend culminates in the highly anticipated Bob Curry Fellowship Audition on May 7th.
The Second City’s brand new all-ages show The Misfit League boasts depth beneath its lighthearted romp. Strong and resonant themes peek out. Given the versatility of the performers and the absolute hilarity of the show, it is ideal for families.
It’s true: one of the hottest shows in my recent memory took place in a cruise ship lounge. During a family cruise to Bermuda, four members of The Second City Touring Company fashioned indelible characters (Batman villains, toothpaste-obsessed recluses, even a particularly limber air dancer) with rapid-fire wordplay that they improvised entirely from the indiscriminate […]