TESTING: ATTENTION PLEASE! Toronto’s friendliest comedy competition is back at 120 Diner with a mix of new and experienced comics! Join us for a fun night of awesome jokes, drinks and food capped off with a performance from your headliner Dylan Gott! The comedian voted audience favourite will win $50 in cold, hard cash and a surprise prize that could be amazing or something stupid. Who will be crowned? Show up, vote and find out!
Headliner Dylan Gott
Dylan Gott has performed in 21 countries across the globe, been nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award, appeared on Comedy Central and Viceland UK in ‘Bobby and Harriet are Getting Married, performed at prestigious comedy festivals such as JFL42, North By Northeast, had his own televised special on iChannel called No Kidding and hosted his own radio show on SiriusXM Radio ‘The Sport Brahs’.
* * * * – Torontoist
“Dylan Gott is awesome” – BlogTO
“Delightfully Bizarre” – AV Club
“Major Revelation” – Now Magazine
Jialu Wang is a recent engineering graduate who used to want to go to grad school but now just wants to tell jokes forever.
In the short time she’s been doing stand-up, Jialu has performed on various stages and shows across the city such as Yas Kween, So Fresh n So Clean, and SHADE. She also recently started producing and hosting her own stand-up show called What Are You Doing After You Graduate?: A Comedy Show. which sold out its first two shows in Toronto and Kingston. Just recently, Jialu performed at the Chicago Women’s Funny Festival.
Honestly, she’s just trying her best.
Sam Sferrazza has only been doing stand-up for under two years, but he’s already built a reputation around his charismatic stage presents and sharp abilities as a comedy producer. He co-hosts and produces a queer comedy showcase Working Women at the iconic Gladstone Hotel every first Tuesday: an inclusive and packed show of Toronto’s best queer and ally comedians. Sam is also a film producer by day at his own production company, Route Eleven. Recently Sam bought a pair of rose-coloured glasses and it did more for him emotionally than 2 years of therapy.
Licensed Funeral Director, doting mother, some useless schmucks castrating and hysterical ex wife Hailing from Orillia, Ontario Jennie Steer-Welbourn brings her uniquely shitty attitude and penchant for bringing shame upon her family to the stage. Performing at such venues as Comedy Bar, Social Capital Theatre, and the Underground. Difficult to describe in a short paragraph, her essence has best been captured by the lyrics of Patrick Swayze’s ‘She’s Like the Wind’.
Hannah White may be new to the comedy scene, but she boasts over two decades of experience using humor as a coping mechanism. This Toronto native recently graduated from Second City’s stand up program and has gone on to perform at Comedy Bar among other, sadder, venues. In her spare time, you can find Hannah psychoanalyzing her peers or drafting her team for the RuPaul’s Drag Race fantasy league.
Evan Klim is a weirdly authentic nut who likes to write and tell jokes. He is a first year student at Humber College in the Comedy Writing and Performance program and is regularly out performing improv, sketch comedy and stand up in Toronto. He won the “Make Me Laugh Live” competition in Janurary 2020 and he recently hosted his first comedy show at The Social Capital Theatre. When he is not on stage, he can most likely be found in his living room catching up on sleep.
His instagram handle is @photosfromevan and his twitter handle is @tweetsfromevan
Joe Kathrein is an up and coming comic from Detroit, MI. He is a recent grad from the Stand Up program at Second City Toronto. You have seen him on NBC’s Grimm and Chicago PD playing bad guys but in reality he just wants everyone to be happy.
Lisa Press is a new stand up comedian, recently graduated from level one stand up comedy at Second City. She hails from the exotic city of Toronto, Ontario. In her regular life, she tests out her jokes on her high school students, mostly to a silent response.
Tom McGowan is a recent second city stand up program grad. After hearing him, you’ll wonder how he gets through the day. It’s a miracle he’s made it this far.
Tom just returned from 5 years in the Caribbean running a clinic, and is now back practicing medicine in Toronto.
Jack Shillinger is a funny human, recently graduating from Second City Standup 1. He, like most humans, enjoys consuming food and regular bowel movements. You can find him working his engineering job yelling at inanimate objects to operate in the manner he built them too. He also expresses a fondness for paying rent on time and not being sent to jail. You can look Jack Shillinger up at his Instagram page: @jackshillinger
Kelley is an up and coming stand-up comedian with flair for the dramatic. She’s a recent Second City Stand Up program grad. When not on stage you can find her at her incredibly fulfilling day-job of putting ads on the internet. She likes to challenge herself by seeing how long she can go without washing her hair.
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