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!
I am super excited to be headlining this hilarious night of comedy with my fellow improv chicks, Christine Lippa and Ellie Harvie.
So gather your gals and let us make you giggle till you spit your snappy cocktails all over your party dresses!
Girl’s Night Out 2014
Friday, 3 October 2014 from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)
Port Moody, BC
Click HERE to buy tickets. (Group rates available!)
Way back in 2005, I was asked by Definitely Not the Opera on CBC Radio 1 to investigate why there are fewer women in comedy than men.
Recently, this debate has come up again – and I was asked to repost the doc. Luckily, CBC Radio never deletes ANYTHING and I was able to find the story and share it with you!
If you’d like to give it a listen, the audio is posted HERE on the ‘Leave it to Cleavage’ website (the all-female corporate improv comedy group I work with.)
Give it a listen, share, ‘like’ and comment away!
You can’t tell, but one of us forgot to wear nylons.
Last night we rocked the nearly sold out Evergreen Cultural Centre with our newly expanded Leave it to Cleavage Show.
Denise Jones was added to the cast as our surly Russian maid ‘Rosa.’ Holy hell it was awesome. Her deadpan rage was the perfect foil to our perky nonsense. Her eyebrows alone are worth the price of admission.
In her country, she was an award winning dramatic actress.
We had a great time riffing endlessly on a guy in the audience named ‘Dick’ and I’m pretty sure we made every feasible combination of dick jokes possible while still keeping our lady-like composure.
Also fun to see our name in lights. Or at least in lights as they would appear after you’ve had a few beers.
Some drivers thought this was an entirely different kind of show.
We have one more show next Saturday April 20th, 2013 at the ACT Maple Ridge Theatre at 8pm. Come check it out if you are in the neighbourhood! I grew up in Maple Ridge so I look forward to dropping references only the locals will know.