She Kills Me

All female comedy festival taped in front of a live studio audience destined for national television

She Kills Me, a five-day all female comedy festival, is being taped in front of a live studio audience Feb. 13-17 at the Metro Studio.

Featuring 26 of the top female comediennes from across the country, She Kills Me is a five-day comedy festival happening Feb. 13-17 at the Metro Studio (1411 Quadra).

The performances will be taped in front of a live audience to create 13 half-hour television episodes that will broadcast nationally on APTN in the fall. Each episode will feature one aboriginal and one non-aboriginal performer.

She Kills Me features local ladies Sharon Mahoney, Carolyn Mark, Kirsten Van Ritzen (executive producer), Karen Brelsford, Katie-Ellen Humphries and Miss Rosie Bitts alongside the likes of Dawn Dumont and Sharon Shorty, offering a broad range of comedy genres, including stand-up, sketch comedy, music, storytelling and variety performance. The show is produced and directed by Ian Ferguson and Leslie D. Bland.

Performances are at 7 and 9:30pm Feb. 13-16 and 4:30 and 7pm Feb. 17.

Tickets to be part of the live studio audience are available at or 250-590-3261. M

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