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This quartet of players from Second City Toronto took a one-word suggestion — sandwich — and ran away with it during their opening improvised comedy sketch.

Incorporating sex, sushi and swingers, they created a meaty, connected series of sketches that hit the funny bone, albeit with a few forays into easy ethnic stereotypes.

They’re confident, fast on their feet and adept at drawing a multitude of well-drawn, recurring characters into the mix, all of which bodes well for future performances.

— Pat St. Germain

 

From the Fringe program:

Cast: Wayne Jones, Ashley Botting, Ken Hall, Matt Folliott

White Rhino Comedy is a long-form improv company based out of Toronto. Founded by Wayne Jones, White Rhino Comedy is one of Toronto's biggest and most successful improv shows. With a rotating cast of Toronto's finest comedians, White Rhino Comedy has set out to showcase the world of improv comedy to a broader audience. This fast-paced, character rich, bold and witty group is a must-see at this year's Fringe. Featuring: Wayne Jones, Ashley Botting, Ken Hall and Matt Folliott.

Recommended For: Mature Audience

Length: 45 mins.

Tickets: $10

Warnings: Subject Matter

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