comedy

Comedic commentary

A socialist commentary on capitalism, The Threepenny Opera, put on by the Queen’s drama department, aims to capture the essence of human interaction.Continue...

A blast from the past

Had director Ken Weston not told me their venue, the Davies Foundation Auditorium, was a converted hockey arena, I would have never known. I could have sworn the atmosphere inside of the Leading Ladies production reflected exactly what a 1950s home would feel like.Continue...

Two girls take on Golden Word’s stand-up comedy night

Considering the longstanding animosity between The Journal and Golden Words, heading to their Stand-Up Comedy Night at Clark Hall this past Tuesday was kind of a no-brainer.Continue...

How "Broad City" is the voice millennial women need

In a time when politics dominates almost every aspect of our lives, watching Broad City presents a fun and engaging way to stay up-to-date with the current state of US government administration.Continue...

Drama queen and comedy machine

“Nothing kills me more than when people make art that doesn’t really say anything. I’m just like ‘bye’,” Rachel Manson, ArtSci ’17, said in an interview with The Journal. Amen.Continue...

Tipsy review: Sex, drugs and Trump

On Wednesday night, I lost my Queen’s Players virginity.Continue...

It’s not all jokes for female comedians

Women are a small minority in the stand-up comedy world — but it isn’t because women aren’t funny.Continue...

Eclectic comedy troupe returns to Queen’s

The award-winning sketch comedy troupe She Said What paid a visit to their alma mater last week.Continue...

Russell Peters brings his humour to Kingston

Russell Peters brought his notorious humour to Kingston’s K-Rock Centre on Sunday to an impressive crowd of over 600 Kingston residents and students.Continue...

‘Arrogantly’ coming home

The Arrogant Worms came home to their alma mater this weekend.Continue...

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