Everyone loves cop shows. Everyone loves doctor shows. Whiteboard Productions reaches the logical conclusion and combines the two to perform a completely improvised show about doctors, who also occasionally happen to stop crime. Read the full review.
Eleanor Crowder’s new show focuses on a marriage in trouble, and all the people revolving around it. They’re all connected to a pot of apple jelly one of the characters makes as the action happens, seemingly trying to recapture the family’s happiness through a recipe.Read the full review.
Martin Dockery tells you all about his trip to Switzerland to recreate the first ever LSD trip – with some pit stops in India, San Francisco and a middle school dance along the way.Read the full review.
Prepare yourself for an intense hour at Imprisoned; this very dark show doesn’t shy away from heavy issues and will probably make your skin crawl. Read the full review.
Colin Godbout may not be the actual greatest guitarist in the world, but he is fantastic at playing the music of those in consideration for that title. In this show, Godbout tries to answer the age-old question of who should hold the title of the world’s best guitarist with a lot of great guitar riffs and a whopping music history lesson.Read the full review.
Four very different people trapped in an airport must find their pilot in order to leave. Little do they know that the game is rigged – literally. They’re actually on a Japanese game show that won’t let them escape until they play along. Intriguing concept, right?Read the full review.