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A small person with a mini Afro, black face mask and brown clothes hold up two containers of cream in a pose in front of a graffiti wall. Vertical slices of the moisturizer aisle of Shoppers Drug Mart appear to the person's left and right. Underneath is purple and yellow text that reads “CREAM”

A small person with a mini Afro, black face mask and brown clothes hold up two containers of cream in a pose in front of a graffiti wall. Vertical slices of the moisturizer aisle of Shoppers Drug Mart appear to the person’s left and right. Underneath is purple and yellow text that reads “CREAM”

CREAM by Ajahnis Charley

(Toronto)
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Content Rating: Adult Content
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Synopsis:

Ajahnis Charley has specific tastes – in men, in moisturizer, in general. What better way to air out these wild obsessions with silly songs that take things way too far?

Sensory and Content Warning:
CREAM: Bright colours, fast moving visual effects

Joe Pesci: Fast moving visual effects, adult language

Creative Bio:
Ajahnis Charley is a comedy writer and performer delivering daring works that only a young debt-ridden gay could do. He wrote and directed the short documentary I AM GAY, produced by the National Film Board of Canada. He writes for satire site The Beaverton, CBC news comedy show Because News, and the CBC podcast Tony Ho. He also is an alum of Canadian Comedy Award-winning sketch troupe The Sketchersons. He has written and performed his own solo sketch show THOTS & PRAYERS and won the Steam Whistle Producer’s Pick award at the 2020 Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival. In 2020 he was a recipient of the Buddies in Bad Times Theatre Queer Emerging Artist Award.

Ajahnis Charley is also a Geomatics Engineer, having achieved a Bachelor of Environmental Studies in Honours Geomatics from the University of Waterloo. Why? Honestly, even he does not know yet.