Entrances and Exits


Entrances and Exits (An Improvised Farce)

Some of the best actors and improvisers in the city make this made-up two-act farce look easy.” – Now Magazine 

Our “Best of Toronto Fringe” winning hit, Entrances and Exits returns for back to back runs in Toronto! We start off at Bad Dog Theatre (Bloor and Ossington) from February 28th – March 3rd and then move to Crow’s Theatre (Dundas West and Carlaw) as part of #Sketchfest2019 from March 5th – March 12th!

Featuring guest performances by Colin Mochrie (Whose Line is it Anyway), Linda Kash (Best in Show, Waiting for Guffman), Andrew Phung (Kim’s Convenience) and more!

Tickets and Showtimes


Tuesday March 5th – 8:30pm with Special Guest, Andrew Phung (Kim’s Convenience)!
Wednesday March 6th – 8:30pm
Monday March 11th – 8:30pm with Special Guest, Colin Mochrie (Whose Line is it Anyway)!
Tuesday March 12th – 8:30pm with Special Guest, Linda Kash (Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show)
Wednesday March 13th – 8:30pm

Buy Tickets for Sketchfest performances:

“This has everything a good improv show ought to have: a fabulous cast and a great concept…I left the theatre with an itch to return, just to see what else this cast could do and I think that’s the highest compliment I can think to give to any show.” – Mooney on Theatre 

About Entrances & Exits (An Improvised Farce)

Did you hear that? I think it came from the bedroom…

Created by: Ruth Goodwin & Liz Johnston,
Directed by: Paolo Santalucia

In a new unscripted format, seven of Toronto’s best actors and improvisers piece together a 60 minute improvised play based on the traditional farces that we love like The Norman Conquests and Noises Off.

The Format: Act 1 and Act 2 take place over the same window of time in adjoining rooms of the same house with a variety of (you guessed it) entrances and exits.

Featuring the following all-star cast: Conor Bradbury (Sex T Rex), Nigel Downer (The Second City), Dylan Evans (Soulpepper Theatre), Ruth Goodwin (The Howland Company, Private Eyes), Liz Johnston (Bad Dog Theatre, The Second City), and Connor Low (Bad Dog Theatre).