February 8, 2018 @ 8:00 pm – February 11, 2018 @ 11:00 pm
We’re thrilled to welcome Eliza Skinner back to Toronto for a weekend of shows at Comedy Bar
A gifted stand up and improviser, Eliza is currently doing double duty writing for the Late Late Show with James Corden, while also being the head writer for Drop The Mic on TBS
Despite that packed schedule Eliza still found time to make a return to Comedy Bar for the first time since 2016 for 4 stand up shows and a special guest appearance on Comedy Bar’s hit Catch 23 Improv in preparation for her upcoming album recording. Videos and bio below
Saturday Feb 10th – 9pm & 11pm
9pm Hosted by Rhiannon Archer, with DeAnne Smith, & Danielle Tunbridge
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11pm Hosted by Kate Barron, with Mark Little, Yaw Attuah, & Danita Steinberg
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Check out some of Eliza’s previous stand up performances below
Friday Feb 9th
8pm with Catch 23 Improv – $15
10:00pm stand up show
Hosted by Ryan Dillon, with Nour Hadidi, and Carol Zoccoli
Eliza Skinner is originally from Richmond, VA and started her performing career as an unnamed child revolutionary in a production of Evita.
She is now a stand-up comedian and has appeared on The Pete Holmes Show, @Midnight, Chelsea Lately, Upload with Shaquille O’Neal, MTV, Showtime, AMC and the BBC.
She has performed in festivals all over the world including RiotLA, SXSW, Bridgetown, the NY Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe. In his Reddit AMA, Patton Oswalt called her one of his favorite up-and-coming comedians. Eliza was a writer and correspondent on Totally Biased (produced by Chris Rock), Fashion Police (with Joan Rivers), Adam Ruins Everything (truTV) and she is currently a staff writer for The Late Late Show with James Corden.
In 2014 she was selected to be one of the “New Faces Of Comedy” at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival. In 2015 she was selected for the “SF Sketchfest Dozen” and TimeOut LA named her one of 9 “Comics To Watch in 2015″. She can be seen every Thursday at The Virgil in LA at “Big Money” – the stand up show she hosts with Bryan Cook.