Montréal Sketchfest Hosted by Al Lafrance

Montréal Sketchfest

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Montreal Sketchfest is BACK and brings with it over 10 days of more than 20 laugh-filled sketch comedy shows and parties with more than 70 troupes from all over North America!

$12 per show (online or at the door)
$20 for a daypass (valid for 2 shows, available at the door)

OR ONLY $60 for a festpass (online)
That's the entire festival for SIXTY BEANS!!

All tickets, festpasses, and show info available at
montrealsketchfest.com

Friday May 5, 8PM @ Mainline Theatre – MAINSPACE
Host: Al Lafrance
- Blood & Thunder (MTL)
- Dink Floyd (MTL)
- Stockton (NYC)
- The Flat Earth (PHIL)

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Vendredi 5 Mai 2017 / 20:00

75 minutes
Retardataires / Latecomers : 75 minutes

Coming Soon

A hot new platform for performance experimentation hosted by contemporary dance artist Karen Fennell. Emerging and established performance-makers are invited to share their freshest and most burning ideas in works of 10 minutes or less. Stick around afterwards for drinks and informal discussion –- Did YOU think THAT was DANCE ...?!

Tombez dans le vide avec Scream Dance Project, les danseurs explorent la mort, la depression et la peur. Ça l’air le fun n’est pas? Chorégraphie par Lynsey Billing (en collaboration avec les danseurs). Le spectacle est un totale de 55 minutes incluant un entracte de 15 minutes.
Fall into the void with Scream Dance Project as they explore death, depression and fears through dance. Sounds like a lighthearted dance show doesn’t it?Choreographed by Lynsey Billing, including collaborations with the dancers. Total run time 55 minutes including a 15 intermission.

Dr. Sketchy Montréal vous invite à sa prochaine séance de modèle vivant, L'éveil. Le lendemain du jour de la marmotte, venez dessiner la jolie Sucre à la Crème. Elle mélangera l'Art nouveau et le pin up en présentant la transition de l'hiver au printemps.

Dr. Sketchy Montreal invites you to its next figure drawing session, L'éveil. The day after Groundhog Day, come draw the lovely Sucre à la Crème. She will blend Art Nouveau and pinup while presenting the transition from winter to spring.