20/20/20 Vision

Date: Monday April 30th 2018
Time: 9:30pm - 11:00pm

Jordanne Brown, Ben Stager, and Connor Ferrara present an hour of far out, offbeat stand-up comedy.

Hosted by Isabella Campbell.

Poster by Brady Schummer.

Tickets are $5.


JORDANNE BROWN is a comedic writer and performer from Regina, Saskatchewan, who moved to Toronto to pursue comedy in 2015. She is the proud owner of a Comedy Writing and Performance diploma from Humber College. She is also a mostly humble recipient of the Eugene Levy 2017 Writing Award, the 2017 Tim Sims Encouragement Award, and the 2018 IHJ Newcomer Comic of the Year Award. Jordanne is a member of Boys Club, a comedy collective with a bi-weekly show at Comedy Bar, half of the sketch duo I'm Coke and She's Cola, and a writer and performer on F*ckgirls, a new web-series! People have described Jordanne as "cool" and "funny" I swear.

BEN STAGER is a comedian from Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario. He has appeared on CBC, Sirius XM, Montreal Sketchfest, Toronto Sketchfest, and the Woodstock Laughs Comedy Festival. He is also a member of the Toronto Make Me Laughs, a co-host of North America's first bacon themed comedy show, and a reoccurring cast member of the Spaghetti Variety Show at Kensington Hall. Thank you for reading this biography I hope it was an awesome experience. Awesome is not a swear word!!!

CONNOR FERRARA is a comedian based in Toronto. His stand-up comedy has been described as stupid, deadpan, bizarre, poetic, surreal, absurd, and stupid. He is also Chip, the roadie for The Toronto Make Me Laughs, Higgins, the announcer for North America's first bacon themed comedy show at Bacon Nation, one half of the improv duo King of Cash, and played drums in The Boom Ups, the house band on the monthly talk show Sorry I'm Late Night. Connor has performed at the Woodstock Laughs Comedy Festival, the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, and the Big City Improv Festival.