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Transgender comedian brings show to Winnipeg in December

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Renowned transgender funnyman Ian Harvie will bring his standup act to the Garrick Centre on Dec. 13.

Tickets are $32.50 plus fees and are available at Ticketweb.ca.

In 2006, Harvie’s wry, trailblazing brand of comedy grabbed the attention of comedian Margaret Cho, who handpicked him to be her opening act and later cast him as a permanent member of her off-Broadway burlesque comedy revue, The Sensuous Woman.

By 2009, Harvie had graduated to headliner, performing his acclaimed one-person show, Parts Sold Separately, which explores sex and gender, all over the world.

Harvie’s debut feature-length comedy concert film, Ian Harvie Superhero, was released earlier this year to rave reviews. A hilarious and heartfelt document of his transition, the film was an official selection at more than 20 film festivals worldwide, including Outfest in Los Angeles, Frameline in San Francisco and Homochrom in Germany.

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