Comedy is Funny Again

Stephen and Caity revive the golden age of comedy.
“In addition to reviving classic bits by the likes of Abbott and Costello and Nichols and May, Curtis and Sim riff on the dynamics of those teams with improv that proves the crack timing and rapid-fire verbal one-upmanship isn’t just an influence on them, it’s also their own achievement.” – CBC Manitoba
“The duo do break out an improv. They’re so sufficiently adept they’d make you think it was scripted…” – Winnipeg Free Press

Rating: 8.7. From 3 votes.
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Stephen and Caity revive the golden age of comedy.
“In addition to reviving classic bits by the likes of Abbott and Costello and Nichols and May, Curtis and Sim riff on the dynamics of those teams with improv that proves the crack timing and rapid-fire verbal one-upmanship isn’t just an influence on them, it’s also their own achievement.” – CBC Manitoba
“The duo do break out an improv. They’re so sufficiently adept they’d make you think it was scripted…” – Winnipeg Free Press

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Greg Woloszyn

Set in the perfect venue (Pantages theatre) it’s simple, it’s honest, it’s touching, and above all it’s charming.
Despite its simplicity or perhaps because of it, the show succeeds on a multitude of levels.
For a brief moment in time, should you allow yourself to be drawn in completely, you’ll actually experience both the spirits of Burns and Allen.
(as portrayed by Stephen Sim and Caity Curtis – minus the cigar smoke)

A delightful crumb!

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