Russell and Clayton Peters: The Boys from Brampton Rule Comedy
Comedians / Filmmakers / The Sunday Times / Writers

Russell and Clayton Peters: The Boys from Brampton Rule Comedy

As they enter the room, Russell ‘Teats’ Peters and Clayton ‘Toots’ Peters split up. Russell, one of the world’s most successful comedians, steps to the front where a long table is set up for the news conference. Watchful elder brother, Clayton sits right at the back. This is their fourth time on a major tour, … Continue reading

D’Lo: Laughing it Off
Actors / Comedians / Playwrights / Poets / The Sunday Times

D’Lo: Laughing it Off

Growing up Sri Lankan, Hindu and transgender in Lancaster, U.S.A would give D’Lo all the material he ever needed to be a comedian. His stories about a little boy “trapped” in the body of a girl born to conservative, immigrant Tamil parents are as hilarious as they’re heart wrenching; and they’re what he brought to … Continue reading

Comedians / Magicians / Series: Prized Possesion

Jay Jay: Seeing is Believing

Don’t call Jay Jay a magician – he’d rather be known as an illusionist. (He considers the latter designation the “more classy” of the two.) Whatever you dub him, it doesn’t make what Jay Jay accomplishes any less clever – employing suggestion and misdirection, artifice and guile he convinces you to believe, however briefly, in … Continue reading

Actors / Comedians / Filmmakers

Nimmi Harasagama and Heshani Sothiraj: The Auntie Netta Chat Show

Auntie Netta is trying to break free…and Nimmi Harasagama is going to let her. It is not a gradual transformation – her refined conversation slips into a screech, her chuckles take on a sinister edge as she begins to cackle and her gesticulations are so abrupt and enthusiastic you worry she will knock something over. … Continue reading