Fraser Young (Headliner)
Fraser Young is a comedian with a weird voice (he admits to this), which is probably the secret to his success (that, and his obsession with math jokes). First taking the stage back in 1995, Young has gone on to win the Tim Sims Encouragement Award and currently writes for George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight when he’s not touring. We caught up with the Toronto-based comic to chat about his first time on stage, memory pills and what’s so funny about math.


Jeff Schouela
Jeff nervously began his comedy journey in Toronto on July 4, 2004, in which he compared the excitement of amateur comedy to Asian Shakespeare. While he stopped performing that bit, Jeff hasn’t looked back, amassing over 1000 shows across North America. In 2012, Jeff shot his own comedy special as part of ichannel Canada's "No Kidding" series, and in 2013 he released his Comedy EP, "Awkward Silence", available on iTunes. But above all, his favourite comedy highlight to date is making someone in the front row laugh so hard, he vomited right on his shoe, an accomplishment few have achieved.