MTL Sketchfest w/ Tita Collective, Ajahnis Charley, & Madame
Théâtre Sainte-Catherine presents

MTL Sketchfest w/ Tita Collective, Ajahnis Charley, & Madame

In-person Event
May 13th 2022
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm / Doors: 7:30 pm

264, Sainte-Catherine Est, Montréal, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Théâtre Sainte-Catherine at theatrestecatherine@gmail.com or at +1 514-284-3939.

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Gorgeous show, gorgeous people, gorgeous comedy! Do not miss this glorious trio of perfection in human/show form!! And not a single white man!!!!!!

Tita Collective | Toronto

Tita Collective is an all-Filipina collective composed of award-winning playwrights, comedians, musicians, dancers, theatre makers and actors. They explore different mediums to tell the stories about the Filipinx diaspora. Through theatre, comedy, music, and movement, they aspire to tell stories that: thoughtfully honour and celebrate their roots and history, explore our identities as Filipinas, represent the narratives of the Philippine diaspora in an inclusive and respectful way, and nurtures and unites community through joy and laughter.

Ajahnis Charley | Toronto

Ajahnis Charley (he/they) is a Black, non-Binary comedy writer. Their stand-up was included in Season 2 of JFL’s New Wave of Standup. Their solo sketch show ‘THOTS AND PRAYERS’ won the Producers’ Pick Award at the 2020 Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.

Madame | Montreal

Three witchy ladies have added their special touch to the cauldron of fun… Madame is Marilyn DT (the Fresh Paint), Marielle McCrum (Improv College’s SKAAATCH), and Sara Meleika (Inside Scoop). Born on Zoom, Montreal Sketchfest 2022 is their in real life debut. Get ready for a little sugar, spice and everything but the bagel seasoning in this comedic melding of minds!

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Land Acknowledgement:

Montreal Sketchfest would like to acknowledge that our work in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal takes place on the unceded Indigenous lands of the Kanien’kehá:ka/Mohawk Nation. Kanien’kehá:ka is known as a gathering place for many First Nations, and we recognize the Kanien’kehá:ka as custodians of the sacred lands and waters on which we gather.

TSC Accessibility Statement:

Theatre Ste-Catherine is an all-ages wheelchair accessible venue located on the ground floor, with a moveable ramp that can be used to get up and down the one step from the street into the building. The chairs in the seating area can be moved/removed as required. The 3 unisex bathrooms are small single rooms that are not officially wheelchair accessible, but our staff are happy to help in whatever way possible. Please reach out to theatrestecatherine@gmail.com with any questions.

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Gorgeous show, gorgeous people, gorgeous comedy! Do not miss this glorious trio of perfection in human/show form!! And not a single white man!!!!!!

Tita Collective | Toronto

Tita Collective is an all-Filipina collective composed of award-winning playwrights, comedians, musicians, dancers, theatre makers and actors. They explore different mediums to tell the stories about the Filipinx diaspora. Through theatre, comedy, music, and movement, they aspire to tell stories that: thoughtfully honour and celebrate their roots and history, explore our identities as Filipinas, represent the narratives of the Philippine diaspora in an inclusive and respectful way, and nurtures and unites community through joy and laughter.

Ajahnis Charley | Toronto

Ajahnis Charley (he/they) is a Black, non-Binary comedy writer. Their stand-up was included in Season 2 of JFL’s New Wave of Standup. Their solo sketch show ‘THOTS AND PRAYERS’ won the Producers’ Pick Award at the 2020 Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.

Madame | Montreal

Three witchy ladies have added their special touch to the cauldron of fun… Madame is Marilyn DT (the Fresh Paint), Marielle McCrum (Improv College’s SKAAATCH), and Sara Meleika (Inside Scoop). Born on Zoom, Montreal Sketchfest 2022 is their in real life debut. Get ready for a little sugar, spice and everything but the bagel seasoning in this comedic melding of minds!

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Land Acknowledgement:

Montreal Sketchfest would like to acknowledge that our work in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal takes place on the unceded Indigenous lands of the Kanien’kehá:ka/Mohawk Nation. Kanien’kehá:ka is known as a gathering place for many First Nations, and we recognize the Kanien’kehá:ka as custodians of the sacred lands and waters on which we gather.

TSC Accessibility Statement:

Theatre Ste-Catherine is an all-ages wheelchair accessible venue located on the ground floor, with a moveable ramp that can be used to get up and down the one step from the street into the building. The chairs in the seating area can be moved/removed as required. The 3 unisex bathrooms are small single rooms that are not officially wheelchair accessible, but our staff are happy to help in whatever way possible. Please reach out to theatrestecatherine@gmail.com with any questions.

Refunds
Up to 7 days before the event starts

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