Ladies of the Lower Mainland! You are not going to want to miss this hilarious improv show starring the Ladies of Leave it to Cleavage!
Grab your girlfriends, sip snappy cocktails and laugh your lashes off. Complete improvised – even the Talk Show, featuring special guests from the audience. Which could be YOU!
Sex & The Suburbs:
Starring Ellie Harvie, Christine Lippa, Denise Jones and a special surprise guest!
October 9th, 2015
Chilliwack Cultural Centre
Click HERE to buy tickets!
So excited to watch the premier episode of Chef in Your Ear on the Food Network Canada!
I worked with the story team, as well as contributing writer with head scribe Ashley Comeau. Fellow Second City ship alumni and good pal Greg Komorowski is the awesome host who gets to taste it all.
Click HERE to watch online for free! (Also – Food Network Canada is free for a month!)
It’s the only dog store without a punny name!
Click HERE to listen to this sketch on CBC Radio’s The Irrelevant Show
Oh, that silly TV son of mine. Never able to remember his things…
Do YOU remember your first time?
Check out this cheeky PSA I wrote (and am in) for Hamilton Public Health, produced by Double Barrel Studios
Super excited to announce that I’ve been nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award for ‘Best Female Improviser.’
My happy sparkly nominated face!
As well, the Rock Paper Scissors production of A Twisted Christmas Carol was nominated for ‘Best Comedic Play/Revue/Series. (Produced in 2015 by The Arts Club Theatre.)
So excited, we ripped a tree in half!
AND the fantastic sketch comedy show that I write for on CBC Radio, The Irrelevant Show was nominated for ‘Best Audio Show/Series.’
Look at how happy head writer Neil Grahn is.
If you want to vote – either as a member of the general public (you only get certain categories) or as an industry member, click HERE for information on how to register.
The 16th Canadian Comedy Awards will be presented Sunday September 13th At the Bram and Bluma Appel Salon in Toronto.
Don’t make me tell you again. Tights are NOT pants.
Click HERE to listen to the sketch on CBC Radio’s ‘The Irrelevant Show’
And then put on some real pants.