THE 2011 THEATRESPORTS® CRANSTON CUP SEMI-FINALIST TEAMS HAVE BEEN NAMED!
The 2011 National Class Clowns Final will be held on Wednesday August 31 at the Malthouse Theatre. Featuring Harley Breen as emcee and special feature act Smart Casual. Judges include Cal Wilson, Lawrence Mooney, Peter Helliar and Anthony Watt (Executive Producer of Spicks and Specks).
Comedy plagiarist Jordan Paris, and what aspiring comedians might learn from him (in the horrible warning rather than the good example sense)…
The suave, sophisticated and charming David Smiedt hosts a showcase of female comedic talent while all the boofy boys are watching the footy. The all girl line-up features Amanda Gray, Kathryn Bendall, Linda Grasso and Jennifer Wong. Even Heat 17 of Quest for the Best will be an all female show.
Dayne Rathbone, a 27 year old computer programming teacher currently living in Melbourne but who cut his comedy teeth in Canberra, has taken out the Raw Comedy trophy in his second year of competing.
What’s on and What’s Not over Xmas/New Year, new and closing venues, new website ventures!
If you have a comedy snippet to share, please drop it in the comments below.
A packed Marrickville Town Hall audience nursed their aching ribs (courtesy of the 15 feisty contestants, special guests MANCHOIR! and cracking MC Lindsay Webb) and gave a final rousing cheer for this year’s winner of Comedy on the Rox’s annual new comedians competition, Quest for the Best.
Luke Heggie’s winning set for Australia’s prestigious national comedy competition that stages its Grand Final as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival every year.
Registrations for the 2011 competition
open November 22nd are now open, so what should you be doing now if you fancy yourself as somewhat of a funnypants, and you want to give RAW Comedy a go?
The yearly blockbuster contest is on again this winter! at the Canberra Irish Club