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Filmed Before A Live Studio Audience


Join our LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE for some TV nostalgia with a modern, Canadian spin. Each night, we bring you two totally unscripted episodes of a never-before-seen family sitcom inspired by your favourites from the 80s and 90s.


Studio 1201

HORSEFACE is a show written in response to the #Me Too Movement, Horseface is a journey in comedy and storytelling of a woman’s innocuous encounter with a manspreader on a train and what ensues.

How Queer!

Club SAW

In partnership with Capital Pride

How Queer! celebrates the diversity of talent found within Ottawa’s local queer burlesque industry. Join Victoria Vermouth and Oliver Easy for an evening that celebrates queer and trans bodies through the art of the tease.

How to Lose Friends and Irritate People

Studio 1201

A rapid-fire surrealist comedy about living life on the autism spectrum. A champion of social awkwardness explains how NOT to deal with friends, family, strangers, animals, Americans, college, or confrontations.

In A Café

Studio 1201

Milana Moore is a best-selling author who conducts social experiments as research for her novels. In her most recent experiment, she aims to find the formula for a perfect first date. Over the course of six nights at the same café, Milana dines with different subjects and manipulates the variables.



★ This show was selected for an additional “Best of Fest” performance on Sunday, June 23 at 8:00PM. For tickets to this showing, click here.

Twilight Zone + MC Escher + Beckett in a mind-bending comedic thriller!



An autobiographical, solo show about a secular Jew/music nerd’s search for selfhood at French Catholic school, Jewish camp, family holidays and beyond.

Interwoven with violin playing, this poignant and funny story will captivate and delight.

Joshua’s Witnesses

La Nouvelle Scène – Studio A

JOSHUA’S WITNESSES is an immersive solo show, which unearths all the dirty intel on the Jehovah’s Witness religion. Brother Joshua has been called forth to the judicial committee (the audience), which will judge if he should be disfellowshipped (excommunicated) due to his transgressions, a Jehovah’s Witness real practice.

Murder, She Read

La Nouvelle Scène – Studio A

This show was selected for an additional “Best of Fest” performance on Sunday, June 23 at 8:30PM. For tickets to this showing, click here.

It’s 1908, and there’s been a murder! Wyndergate Manor’s mystery novel-obsessed maid takes it upon herself to deduce who did the deadly deed after she decides that renowned detective Charles de Chevigné is a fraud.


La Nouvelle Scène – Studio A

Polygraph is a multi-disciplinary devised piece that explores misogyny in the media. In this piece a masc-presenting A-list celebrity and a femme-presenting pop star are both the subjects of a lie detector interview.