SiriusXM presents the Queer and Present Danger Comedy Tour

Queer and Present Danger






Friday, November 25th

The Staircase L8R 3C9

27 Dundurn St N

Local opener Bonez Poley

Tickets : 15$ advance/20$ door



Sunday, November 27th 

The Princess Cafe

Local opener(s) Suzi Taka & Elijah Zimmerman  

46 King St N N2J 2W8

Tickets : 10$ Advance/15$ Door



Monday, November 28th 

Pegasus on Church

Local Opener Colleen Sibeon

489B Church Street M4Y 2C6

10$ advance/15$ door



Tuesday, November 29th

The Rivoli 

334 Queen Street West M5V 2A2



Wednesday, November 30th

Comedy Quarry 

Local Opener Mel Lucier

1444 Ottawa St N8X 2G1

Tickets : 15$ Advance/20$ Door


St Catharines 

Thursday, December 1st 

Showtime Comedy Club 

Local Opener Bonez Poley

92 St Paul Street L2R 3M2

Tickets :15$



Saturday, December 3rd,

Foxx Lounge 

Local Opener Angel Partease

16 Dunlop Street East L4M 1A3

Tickets : 10$ Advance/15$ Door



Sunday December 4th


Local Opener(s) Tranna Wintour & John St. Goddard 

1238 Rue Bishop H3G 2E3

Tickets : 15$ Advance



December 6th and 7th 

Yuk Yuks Ottawa 

Local Opener(s)Kyle Brownrigg & Jesse Reynolds

292 Elgin St K2P 1M3

Tickets : 20$ 

December 6th:





DeAnne Smith is excellent at comedy. A Canadian Comedy Award winner, she’s been in JFL countless times (okay, like, 8), and had solo shows in JFL42 twice (making Now Toronto’s Top 10 Comedy Shows list each time). You want more? She’s also performed in the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Halifax Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the New Zealand International Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and the Iceland Comedy Festival. Still reading? She’s also been on TV all over the damn world, including on Last Comic Standing NBC, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on CBS, Canada’s The Comedy Network and CBC, Australia’s Channel 10 and ABC, and UK’s Sky TV. Phew, that’s a lot of stuff! 


“Smart. Very funny. Effortless charm lets her get away with murder.” -UK Telegraph


“Fresh, cutting…one of the finest wits in the country.” -The Montreal Gazette 


“Witty, out-of-nowhere sideswipe punches.” -Time Out Sydney 


Twitter: @DeAnne_Smith








Chantel Marostica, known for her unique brand of high energy physical comedy, brings her jokes to life through a combination of storytelling, impressions, and spot on timing. Making Chantel a captivating performer, with a skewed perspective on observational comedy.


Chantel has been featured in some of Canada’s most prestigious festivals including, Just For Laughs, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, JFL42, ODDBLOCK, Guelph Comedy Festival, Peace Country Comedy Fest, and the Thunder Bay Comedy Festival, as well as Sirius XM’s Top Comic Finalist 2014, Comedy Brawl Finalist 2015-16, and JFL Homegrown Competition 2016. As well as recording a set for Kevin Hart’s streaming Network “Laugh Out Loud” at JFL 2016 


Featured on CBC’s “Laugh Out Loud” and “Debaters”, Chantel was Nominated for Best Female Stand Up at the 2015 Winnipeg Comedy Festival, and won the Patrons Pick Award in both 2015 and 2016


She’s opened for some amazingly talented Comedians including Judy Gold, Charlie Murphy, Ron Lynch, Kate Berlant, Judy Gold, Wendy Leibman, Tom Green, and Russell Peters on his “Almost Famous” Tour


Twitter: @chantymarostica 






Noted lesbian Ashley Moffatt is a comedian, writer, and father figure to two small dogs. Winner of the Mark Breslin Award for Stand-up Comedy Excellence, two time Fresh Meat Nominee (sketch & stand-up), and, if you mis-spell her name “Moffat” you can find her IMDB page. Frequent festival darling, she has performed at NXNE, Montreal Sketchfest, Milwaukee Sketchfest, Toronto Pride, Cottage Country Comedy Festival, Sirius XM Next Top Comic, Oddblock, and the Dark Comedy Festival. Last April she performed on a nationally televised gala as part of the Winnipeg Comedy Festival. She’s opened for Brian Posehn, Nikki Payne, Neil Hamburger, James Adomian, and on and on and on. You can find her writing on various websites including Reductress, and MATILDA’S (yes — THAT Matilda) twitter because one time she retweeted her. Ashley attended the Humber School of Comedy.


Twitter: @AshleyMoffatt






Jess Beaulieu is a queer, Métis comedian, writer, actor, podcaster, and feminist. She co-hosts a comedy podcast called The Crimson Wave, which is all about the glory of periods and was named one of BlogTO’s top ten Toronto podcasts. She also co-hosts a feminist comedy show called Open Gigi. Jess has performed at JFL42 (Just for Laughs in Toronto), the Boston Women in Comedy Festival, the Chicago Women’s Funny Festival, the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research and Toronto’s Feminist Art Conference. She writes for the online publications She Does the City and 29 Secrets and recently story edited All for One, a teen web series for ABCSpark. She came in second place in the WIFT & BravoFACT 2016 short film pitching competition and filmed her short The Unicorn in July which she wrote and starred in. Another short she starred in called Left Hook premiered in June at the Inside Out Festival in Toronto. She was involved in a campaign in 2015 that successfully removed the tax from menstruation products in Canada.


Twitter: @msjessbeaulieu







Amy Cunningham is a comedian and storyteller. She wrote and performed her one person show, (here we don’t limit our repression to just our sexuality), as part of the 2015 FRIGID Festival in New York City and was a performer at Toronto’s enormously popular SheDot Festival. Her live stories have been featured on CBC’s Live Through This with Andrew Kauffman and the Raconteurs Podcast. Amy’s play, buffering…, presented at the 2012 Toronto Fringe, was lauded as “whip smart” (Torontoist) and a “deft, timely comedy that doesn’t dumb itself down” (Mooney on Theatre). But she is perhaps best known for her ability to spend a solid ten minutes unravelling a reluctant explanation of that time she got a boot stuck to her foot.


Twitter: @shamycunningham





Heather Macdonald is a stand-up comedian, improviser, actor, and producer from Toronto. She is a half Asian half amazing guitar player, Judo master, and new Queer. Heather completed the improv program at The Second City Toronto in 2014, began doing stand-up shortly after, and since she has opened for Eliza Skinner, performed at the Border City Comedy Festival, and currently produces and hosts a weekly stand-up show at the Pour Boy Pub called Comedy On College. It’s a very good show.


Twitter: @heather_mariko


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