Sarah Segal-Lazar takes Tidbits from her wildly successful Fringe show to the Segal Centre Sunday for a fundraiser for the Montreal Children’s Hospital
Tidbits from Talk, Music from Mackerel
A Fundraiser for the Hôpital de Montréal pour enfants - Montréal Children’s Hospital Foundation
Hosted by Matt Goldberg and starring Sarah Segal-Lazar
Part birthday party, part variety show, Tidbits from Talk, Music from Mackerel invites you into the world of Leslie Moira Duncanaine and her Band of Merry Misfits. Filled with stories that make you smile, songs that soothe your soul, and a couple of surprises along the way. Inspired by the award-winning show Talk, Mackerel
1 SHOW ONLY
The Official poster for Chuckin Guffs: A BtM fundraiser for the Montreal Children’s Hospital this December 13th at the Segal Centre Studio
100% of all the profits from the ticket sales and the raffle will go directly to the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Hosting our Fundraiser this December 13 at the Segal Centre Studio is the ever talented and beloved Aussie Shane Adamczak
Shane is a WAAPA graduate (BA in Theatre Arts) and a founding member of award-winning Australian independent theatre company Weeping Spoon Productions. He is probably best known in Canada for his work as his alter-ego “Zack Adams”. His solo shows Love Songs For Future Girl and A Complete History Of Zack Adams received rave reviews and were both nominated for the JUST FOR LAUGHS AWARD (Best comedy show).
As an improviser, he a senior player of The Big HOO-HAA!, a two-time National Theatresports Finalist and is a regular performer at Montreal Improv.
He is currently working with The Montreal Shakespeare Theatre Company
Chuckin’ Guffs is a solo sketch show by Kirsten Rasmussen. One woman hilarious sketch show featuring ridiculous characters, heartbreak, dance, Moms and even a tiny dino.You will chuckle, you will guffaw, you will be Chuckin’ Guffs.
December 13th 8:00pm
Segal Centre Studio
General Admission: $30
A post-show shot of Adam & Eve relaxing taken at the Altantic Fringe Festival by Kevin Kindred