Aussie dancers and con­ve­nient come­dies

Plus, standup comic Nikki Payne, songstress Sarah McLach­lan and coun­try gen­tle­man Doug Pais­ley

Richmond Hill Post - - Arts -

HERE COMES THE PAYNE Nikki Payne, Yuk Yuk’s, Nov. 20–22 Ac­claimed standup comic Nikki Payne, who has ap­peared on Last Comic Stand­ing and

Video on Trial, amongst oth­ers, has won three Cana­dian Com­edy Awards, www.yukyuks.com. BUILD­ING A MYS­TERY

Sarah McLach­lan, Massey Hall, Nov. 6–7 One of Canada’s most suc­cess­ful artists of the last quar­ter cen­tury, Sarah McLach­lan re­turns to Toronto for a rare con­cert in support of her new al­bum, Shine On, www.massey­hall.com. THE PLEA­SURE PRIN­CI­PLE Opus, Cana­dian Stage, Nov. 12–16 Ac­claimed Aus­tralian company Circa per­forms along­side the De­bussy String Quar­tet in this in­cred­i­ble ex­hi­bi­tion of artistry meets phys­i­cal­ity, www.cana­di­anstage.com. LAUGH A MINUTE

Kim’s Con­ve­nience, Soulpep­per, Nov. 27 Soulpep­per re­mounts Ins Choi’s wildly suc­cess­ful play about a Korean con­ve­nience store, at the Young Cen­tre in the Dis­tillery Dis­trict un­til Dec. 23, www.soulpep­per.ca.

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