Comedy At The Carleton – W/Travis Lindsay + Prajina Maskey + Brandon Michael + Jordan Foisy + Joe Harfouche

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  • November 4, 2020
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Comedy At The Carleton returns – featuring Travis Lindsay, Prajina Maskey, Brandon Michael, Jordan Foisy and Joe Harfouche – for some laughs on Wednesday, November 4th. Show time is 7 PM and tickets are $15 advanced, or $20 at the door, all in.

***If you want to sit with others who have purchased their tickets separately, please email with the names***

Joseph Harfouche is an improvisor turned stand up comic. He has traded ‘yes and’ for ‘no, but’ You’ll most likely see him at an open mic around Halifax, or maybe producing a show in the Atlantic bubble, or maybe he’s got a bunch of other funny people and they’re at a skate park. Either way if his alternative perspective doesn’t make you laugh, his outfit probably will.

Travis Lindsay is the most prolific writer in East Coast Comedy. His great mix of jokes and storytelling has been captivating audiences since age of 16. He can be heard on Sirius XM’s JFL radio, hosted the 2020, and has appeared on CBC television at the Halifax Comedy Festival (2018,2020). He recently released his debut album “The Kid is Alright” that went #1 on itunes Comedy Charts. Insta: @thetravislindsay
Brandon Michael is a Halifax based stand-up who confuses and delights audiences with his own brand of absurd, off-beat comedy. Brandon produces and hosts a number of weekly and monthly shows across bars, skateparks, laundromats and apartment buildings in Halifax. Insta: standupbrandon
Jordan Foisy is an acclaimed stand-up from Toronto whose sarcastic style that combines the personal and the political as made him a local favorite. As well as being seen on the best stages in Toronto, Jordan has performed on festivals throughout Canada, including: Sled Island, NXNE, Supercrawl, JFL 42, and Just For Laughs. Jordan has performed on the CBC web series Make Me Read and the Food Network’s Food’s Greatest Hits. He is also a freelance writer and frequent contributor to Vice and is working on his third season for This Hour Has 22 Minutes. Insta: foisman
Originally from Nepal, Prajina Maskey has lived in Canada for a decade. As an outsider, she brings an interesting perspective on Maritimes lifestyle to the stage. In her comedy, Prajina gives her unique take on topics such as asian culture, dating and religion. People love her observational, self-deprecating and dry sense of humour. Insta: prajina_maskey