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Mullet’s Night Show + Late Night Improv Jam

February 9, 2017 @ 8:45 pm

$12 tickets available at the door

After 5 successful years, Mullet’s Night Show was laid to rest. Now by popular demand, it’s BACK FROM THE DEAD!!!
The New Mullet’s Night Show features all your familiar favourite faces plus special guests AND THE RETURN OF THE DESK!

Tonight has a special pre-show & post show!
8:45 with a special pre-show sketch from Fratwurst
9-10:30 – Mullet’s Night Show
10:45 – Mullet & William the Intern’s Late Night Improv Jam

Hosted by Jean-Paul Mullet and Robin Archer
Musical direction by Matt Gerber
Special guest Marty Topps

Featuring Mullet’s Make-a-Players: Christopher L. Hedrick, Eliza Beth Ana Cleto, and Ted Ludzik
With William the Intern
Technical direction by Gord Oxley
Head writer: Ron Fromstein
Produced by Allan Turner

DOORS: 8:15

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Jean-Paul Mull├ęt was born in 1726, died in 1747, then washed up onshore 100 years later.

Now for over 16 years, Mullet has been a fixture of the Toronto comedy scene, making him one of this city’s longest running acts. In 2015, he was named Toronto’s Best Male Improviser by NOW Magazine. Mullet’s Night Show–his hit, live, late night talk show–ran for 5 years. This October, he unveils its successor, The Mullet Show, a new sketch comedy monthly. He’s also debuting his new solo improv show at the Edmonton Clown Festival. Mullet regularly performs in the Toronto Festival of Clowns and Lunacy Cabaret. The tragicomedy Mullet’s Make-a-Play premiered in the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival to rave reviews. In 2012, he headlined at The People’s Improv Theatre in NYC to a packed house. Mullet’s Dinosaur Adventure, a family friendly and educational show, sold out at the 2013 Toronto International Circus Festival. Mullet’s Ghost Story played to packed houses in the 2016 Toronto Fringe. Also in 2016, he’ll appear in the inaugural Edmonton Clown Festival with an all new solo improv show. Television credits include Zoink’d (YTV), the Canadian Comedy Award winning This Movie Sucks (CHCH), and Ed & Red’s Night Party (CityTV/G4), where he was a regular guest star.