MTL Sketchfest w/ Solid Bronze, Amanda Xeller, and Banzo & Blair: Gentlemen Extraordinaire
Théâtre Sainte-Catherine presents

MTL Sketchfest w/ Solid Bronze, Amanda Xeller, and Banzo & Blair: Gentlemen Extraordinaire

In-person Event
May 14th 2022
9:00 pm – 10:30 pm / Doors: 8:30 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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A line-up that is not to be missed – the cream of the crop of Toronto, Brooklyn, and Montreal! Do you want to see an unstoppable force of human comedy talent? Then come to this show!!

Banzo & Blair: Gentlemen Extraordinaire | Toronto

Two extraordinary gentleman present an evening of sketch comedy.

Solid Bronze | Montreal

Solid Bronze is Heidi Lynne Weeks and Sandi Armstrong right now who are known around town as a fun time waiting to happen. After a long hiatus, Solid Bronze is back with their trademark 3rd place comedy and bronze medal Mom jokes. YOU WANNA LAUGH?! YA! YOU WANNA CRY?! UM...MAYBE! YOU WANNA PEE YOUR PANTS?! WELL TOO BAD, WE ALREADY DID! This. Is. Happening.

Amanda Xeller | NYC

Amanda Xeller is a visceral, raw, weird, sick, super silly, dumdumdumdumdum, physical comedian residing in Brooklyn, NY. She performs predominantly solo and ensemble sketch in NYC. Her solo work has been featured across the US and Canada. She's been in 3 comedy competitions and won all of them baby! She’s been in some sweet music videos, headlined a bunch of festivals, and was in the short film All Aboard The Gravy Train, which premiered in Cannes.  She produces a ton of writing and collaboration projects for the Magnet and teaches there too. She’s excited to emerge from the pandemic and perform back in one of her favorite cities, MONTREAL!

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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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A line-up that is not to be missed – the cream of the crop of Toronto, Brooklyn, and Montreal! Do you want to see an unstoppable force of human comedy talent? Then come to this show!!

Banzo & Blair: Gentlemen Extraordinaire | Toronto

Two extraordinary gentleman present an evening of sketch comedy.

Solid Bronze | Montreal

Solid Bronze is Heidi Lynne Weeks and Sandi Armstrong right now who are known around town as a fun time waiting to happen. After a long hiatus, Solid Bronze is back with their trademark 3rd place comedy and bronze medal Mom jokes. YOU WANNA LAUGH?! YA! YOU WANNA CRY?! UM...MAYBE! YOU WANNA PEE YOUR PANTS?! WELL TOO BAD, WE ALREADY DID! This. Is. Happening.

Amanda Xeller | NYC

Amanda Xeller is a visceral, raw, weird, sick, super silly, dumdumdumdumdum, physical comedian residing in Brooklyn, NY. She performs predominantly solo and ensemble sketch in NYC. Her solo work has been featured across the US and Canada. She's been in 3 comedy competitions and won all of them baby! She’s been in some sweet music videos, headlined a bunch of festivals, and was in the short film All Aboard The Gravy Train, which premiered in Cannes.  She produces a ton of writing and collaboration projects for the Magnet and teaches there too. She’s excited to emerge from the pandemic and perform back in one of her favorite cities, MONTREAL!

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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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