Join Black Sheep Comedy at Junction Craft Brewing on Friday, February 21st for a killer night of stand up! Enjoy delicious craft beer (one complimentary 12oz beer or pop at entry) while laughing along with stellar comedians!
Headliner Moe Ismail
Stand-up comedian Moe Ismail has been touring and performing across Canada and the U.S. for the past decade. His comedic style has often been described as energetic, diverse, and most of all, honest. Moe has been featured on the Just For Laughs 42 Festival, NXNE Festival, SiriusXM, and CBC. His material often draws from his experiences as an Egyptian immigrant growing up in Canada, various life struggles, along with past relationships. Throughout the years, Moe has gained national recognition and established a loyal following for himself.
Angela Maiorano-Thurston has performed all over North America except for Mexico, sticky passport situation. She is currently contributing comedic voiceovers for an animated series “D.N.Ace” still being animated. She’s appeared on several annoying commercials. And some made for TV movies. You might catch Angela on a Netflix movie called “Polar” don’t blink because her performance is 2.5 seconds long. Angela is also known as “Halvsie Harriet” in the popular Nickolodeon kids show “Odd Squad”.
Marc Hallworth has been described as “too poor for how happy he is.” Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Marc moved to Toronto in 2009 and has since been part of NXNE, YYComedy, FunnyFest, the Brantford Comedy Festival, and the Bollywood Monster Mashup, where he opened for Aparna Nancherla. He was the second place winner of the Flat Tire Comedy Competition, a semi-finalist in the Toronto Comedy Brawl and Prove You’re A Comic
Competition, has appeared on SiriusXM Radio as part of “Canada Laughs,” and was chosen to host the Ontario Celebration Zone as part of the 2015 PanAm Games.
His sketch troupe Vest of Friends are the winners of the Best-of-the-Fest Award at both the Toronto and Montreal SketchFests, and were named one of Bite.ca’s “10 Canadian Sketch Troupes You Need To See Right Now.” He is an improv tournament champion at both the TheatreSports Micetro and Toronto Beerprov, and got to be part of The BooProv Halloween Spooktacular with Colin Mocherie.
With material that’s not out to offend, his few goofy ideas mixed among a ton of personal anecdotes all culminate towards a ton of laughs and some real
Having spent his last three years living in Michigan and California, Abbas
Wahab is back in Ontario, freshly deported. This Sudanese-born comic immigrated to Canada at six; growing up in London, Ontario. He served six years with the Naval Reserves while completing engineering school, after which he moved to Detroit, where he made his first open mic appearance. In search of clarity into his own views on religion, sexuality, and being hella cheap, he’s taken to the stage throughout the Motor City and San Francisco’s buzzing comedy scene. His material and delivery have been described as having clear influence from comics
like Dave Chappelle and Bill Burr. Audiences are taken on a ride as he tackles the big questions head-on. If nothing else, come out and see what a wasted engineering degree looks like!
Kelly Zemnickis is a Toronto-based / Montreal-born stand-up comic, writer & producer. She began her comedy career as a lighting/sound tech back in the mid 1990s, but only started her stand-up career at the tender age of 37 and has since become a regular on the stages of Toronto, Montreal and New York City! Kelly is also a contributor to the online publications Future Female Magazine, Unwritten and has written for Hello Giggles. Her documentary No Responders Left Behind (co-produced with Paradox Pictures), highlights the increasing and troubling health issues of 9/11 first responders and is currently in post-production. Kelly has been spotted talking gossip on the webseries TMZ Live and just feels ridiculously lucky that she gets to do all these things. Follow her on Instagram: thelatvianfoodie OR on Twitter @AijaGreen
Get your advance price tickets or take your chances at the door ($20 cash only).