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One Dumb Guy & Two Kids in the Hall - October 29, 2019

One Dumb Guy & Two Kids in the Hall

The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival and Crow’s Theatre are proud to present One Dumb Guy & Two Kids in the Hall on Monday, October 29 at the Streetcar Crowsnest. This event will celebrate the release of The Kids in the Hall: One Dumb Guy, the definitive, authorized story of legendary sketch comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall by critically acclaimed biographer and comedy aficionado Paul Myers.

One Dumb Guy & Two Kids in the Hall will include a book signing by author Paul Myers, Bruce McCulloch and Scott Thompson, followed by an in-depth conversation in front of a live audience with a Q&A for Kids in the Hall fans.

Meticulously researched and written with the full cooperation and participation of the Kids, The Kids in the Hall: One Dumb Guy features exclusive interviews with Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson, as well as key players from their inner circle, including producer Lorne Michaels, the “man in the towel” Paul Bellini, and head writer Norm Hiscock.

One Dumb Guy & Two Kids in the Hall will be the first event of a new partnership between The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival and Crow’s Theatre. Streetcar Crowsnest will be joining the roster of venues for TOsketchfest at their annual festival March 7 – 17, 2019, bringing a slate of top-flight sketch comedy programming to the East End.

One Dumb Guy & Two Kids in the Hall
Monday, October 29, 2018

7pm – Book signing w/ Paul Myers, Bruce McCulloch and Scott Thompson
8pm – Paul Myers in conversation with Bruce McCulloch and Scott Thompson

Streetcar Crowsnest (Guloien Theatre), 345 Carlaw Avenue
Tickets: $25 (+HST and fees) or $39 including one copy of The Kids in the Hall: One Dumb Guy (+HST and fees)

 

 

 

 

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