Kate has been invited to perform in JFL42 in Toronto, Off JFL + Zoofest in Montreal, SheDot Festival, NXNE, SirusXM Top Comic, HBO’s Women in Comedy Festival in Boston, and became the first woman to win the Toronto Comedy Brawl in its 9-year history, beating out over 400 other comedians. In 2018, Kate has continued to stand out, winning multiple competitions including The Comedy Store’s King Gong show in London UK, and the Brantford Comedy Festival’s Rising Star title, before being asked to join the roster of Yuk Yuk’s, Canada’s largest, and most recognized comedy brand!
Kate has opened for Sam Jay, Eliza Skinner, and James Adomian to name a few. She has been heard on SirusXM Canada Laughs as part of the AltDot Comedy Lounge, produces and shows in Toronto with BarrStar Productions, and hosts a comedy and well-being podcast with writer and comedian, Sara Starkman called, A Positive Spin.
Kate is known best for her energetic story-telling style and performances that appeal to a variety of audiences.
Allie Pearse is a Montreal native who, not so recently, relocated to Toronto. She won the Comedyworks Open Mic Invitational in Montreal, was part of JFL’s Comedy 101 roast show and was nominated for Best Newcomer at the I Heart Joke Awards ans performs all over Toronto. When she’s not doing standup, you can find Allie complaining about how tired she is and eating poutine.
Alice Rose is a Toronto comic who started her career in the Kitchener-Waterloo comedy scene. A storyteller at heart, Alice combines introspective personal narratives with larger observations to create an intimate comedy experience.
Alice performs regularly as a member of the comedy collective Queer and Present Danger, and can be found on stages across Toronto and beyond. She recently performed on the Las Culturistas podcast as part of JFL42. You can catch Alice at her monthly show, Alice’s Big Queer Comedy Show, held at the Patent Social in Waterloo.
Alice can also be found across the interwebs: Instagram @miss.alice.rose, Facebook @comedianAliceRose, and Twitter @fakealicerose
Comedian Matt Henry, can only be described as different. Since 2005, The Canadian Rasta has been looking to bring his very own brand of individualism to the constantly evolving world of Stand Up Comedy. Whether you need a host for your club, private function, or even a show produced from the ground up; two time Edinburgh Fringe Festival participant Comedian Matt Henry is committed to putting on the best performance. From London Ontario to London England, Whitby’s Comedian Matt Henry shows no signs of slowing down. Matt has worked alongside some of Canada and North America’s top and unique acts including The Hardcore Legend Mic Folly, The Man of 1000 Voices Micheal Winslow, Gilbert Godfried, Darren Frost, Ron Josel, Kenny Robinson and more. It can be a table of six or a theatre of six-thousand, Comedian Matt Henry will always be looking to innovate every time he hits the stage.
Cathy Boyd – The stand up bug bit Cathy late in life but some might say that gives her an edge. After completing the writing course at Second City, Cathy tagged along with a friend to try her hand at stand up comedy and the rest as they say, is history. She quickly made a name for herself in and around Toronto, London and Ottawa, Ontario, Montreal, Quebec and Saint John, New Brunswick. She found herself headlining at the Maine Comedy Festival in September of 2017 and performed at the Portland, Maine Comedy Festival in July, 2018. Cathy was 1 of 5 finalists in the 5th Annual Absolute Comedy Prove You’re a Comic Competition. She is also the producer of C’est La Vie, a monthly comedy show here in Toronto and can be heard on Sirius XM Radio, Canada Laughs at Alt Dot Comedy. Cathy was invited to appear at The Best of Absolute Comedy in September , 2018, as part of Toronto’s annual comedy festival, JFL42. This year she will be making her first showcase appearance at Absolute Comedy, vying for a spot at one of Canada’s most prestigious annual comedy festivals. Cathy is the loving mother of four, who readily admits, three would have been good. She’d have been good with three.
Super style rap comedy group GoodKnight has rocked the stage over and over with their funny and dynamic delivery.
From sharp and fresh originals to hilarious parodies of songs you already love.
With the comedic and musical talents of Mark Goodman and Clif Knight, you’ll never know where the next bar or joke will come from next!
Rosani Christy is an up and coming comic straight outta Scarborough. She has been entertaining crowds- small and large- since the fall of 2017. She can be described as “cool and collected” and loves talking about her experiences being a mom on wheels. She has performed on some of the greatest stages in Toronto whether she is booked or uninvited.
Will Kristiansen is a human man with two legs and a head on top. He moved to Toronto in 2013 to pursue unemployment, a field he has since mastered. Two years ago, he set his sights on stand-up comedy and he hopes to gain a similar proficiency.