The Wonder Show Presents THE WONDER WOMAN SHOW This June At The Social Capital Theatre
The Wonder Show returns to The Social Capital Theatre for their monthly show; this time highlighting an all female-identifying line-up featuring some of the best comedians in Toronto. The Wonder Woman Show will run on Tuesday, June 5th at 8pm on the second floor of The Social Capital Theatre.
The Wonder Woman Show is a solo comedy show like you've never seen before. Leave the mic stand backstage because these performers don't need it. Anything goes at The Wonder Woman Show - from character monologues to puppetry to physical comedy, this line-up is guaranteed to surprise and delight the audience. Go in without any expectations other than big laughs.
Headlined by Kirsten Rasmussen, Canadian Comedy Award Winning improviser and alumnus of The Second City Toronto Mainstage company and hosted by Jessica Perkins, alumnus of The Second City House Company. The show will also feature a wide array of comedians that have written for CBC Comedy, performed across North America, and produced and performed their own solo shows.
All proceeds from The Wonder Woman Show will be donated to Sistering.
Sistering is a trans-inclusive 24/7 Drop In supporting women from across Toronto who experience first hand the impact of poverty and marginalization. They may be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. They are a diverse group, aged 16 to 80-plus; women with mental health or substance use issues; women who have experienced or are experiencing trauma and violence; immigrant and refugee women; women with health issues and disabilities; and women without legal status.
Sistering's mission is to create a safe, non-judgmental space for women who experience social isolation, trauma and violence, discrimination, substance use, or are homeless or precariously housed or need mental health support. Guided by principles of feminism, anti-racism and anti-oppression, Sistering works in collaboration with others in the community to change the social conditions that endanger women's welfare.
The agency provides basic necessities including three hot meals a day plus soup and sandwiches overnight; showers and laundry facilities; clothing; and Internet access plus support services such as crisis intervention and trauma-informed counselling; housing support; and onsite access to primary health care with general practitioners, psychiatrists and a nurse.
The Social Capital Theatre, 154 Danforth Ave, 2nd floor. Performance, Tuesday, June 5 - 8:00pm. Tickets $10 + $1.09 fee. On sale now online. Purchase online: http://universe.com/WonderWomanShow. At the door: The Social Capital Theatre, 2nd floor