Saskatchewan-born comedian Brent Butt is currently on the road with his Almost a Movie Star stand-up tour, which stopped in Saskatoon on March 3. Best known for his TV series Corner Gas, Butt has recently taken a step towards the movies.
A brilliant cocktail of half a cup of societal commentary and half a cup of morbid humor, Better Living certainly isn’t your run-of-the-mill family dramedy.
The curtain opens this fall on a much emptier stage for the No-No’s comedy troupe. The Saskatoon-born group will be short more than just a member this season as they say an untimely goodbye to friend and fellow performer Matthew “Max” Bembridge.
Before Whose Line is it Anyway? brought improv comedy into the mainstream, the Saskatoon Soaps was making Saskatchewan laugh with its on-the-spot dramas.
Two months ago, if you had asked me about a show called Community, aired on NBC, about a group of seven people who randomly get together to form a study group at their local community college, I wouldn’t have known what you were talking about. Now, it is one of the funniest shows I have
When I heard Jerry Seinfeld was bringing his comedy tour to Regina, I gleefully pounced on the opportunity to see him. I am more than a fan. I am a worshipper, a devout believer in the magical powers of someone who was so creatively charmed to create the best sitcom of all time.