Mar 5 – Opening Night Spectacular
TOsketchfest shows are created for an adult audience. Content may include some dirty language, suggested sexual content, suggested mild drug use and/or adult themes. Some material may not be appropriate for audience members under 18. Parental discretion is advised.
They’re the cream of the crop, they rise to the top; “the top” being Sketchfest’s Opening Night Spectacular, and “they” being The Diddlin’ Bibbles. From humble, rural roots in the quaint town of Widdlywack, to the sexy metropolis of #the6ix, the Bibbles have been on a quest to spread their gospel of light and lust. They’re a sex-positive musical duo and polyamorous life partners, and they’re on the road to sweet, sweet fame. This is their “Best of the Bibbles: All-time Hits” performance, and they feel blessed to be able to grace the prestigious Franco Boni stage.
Back at it again with sketches a plenty, Brandon Hackett & Jonathan Langdon take the stage and give you a glimpse of life, love, society, and some silly for good measure from black and gay perspectives! Come hang with these guys, and find out why they got the funny in spades!
Laura's day-to-day attempts to pass as a nice Canadian girl give way to reveal her Italian pagliaccio heart in this electric solo sketch revue. She uses physical comedy, clown and satire to guide you through the absurd lives of all the Dianes we've never met yet seem to know. diane is written and performed by Laura Ramoso and directed by Devon Hyland.
One of Toronto’s longest-running solo sketch comedians, Jon Blair packs an entire sketch troupe’s worth of eccentric characters, maddening plot twists, strange stories and high drama into the weary yet brave frame of a single man. See the experimental solo sketch happening that often has people saying “I’m at a Jon Blair show and I’m enjoying myself!”