The SHOW SHOW: Frappuccinos with Colin Mochrie

On this special episode of The SHOW SHOW, Ruth and Liz grab Frappuccinos with Canadian actor and improv comedian, Colin Mochrie! Colin will appear in select performances of Entrances and Exits at the Toronto Fringe, presented by The Howland Company and co-created by Ruth Goodwin and Liz Johnston.

This episode was directed by Jillian Harper and edited by Jacqueline Andrade.

About Colin Mochrie:

Colin Mochrie is an award-winning improvisational comedian and actor, best known from his role as a regular cast member on Whose Line is it Anyway (U.K and U.S).

About The SHOW SHOW

The SHOW SHOW features aspiring hosts Ruth Goodwin (The Howland Company) and Liz Johnston (Bad Dog Theatre) as they interview theatre artists and comedians about life in Toronto as a performer, on their show, about shows.

Eager to conduct the greatest interview of all time, The SHOW SHOW is a mishmash of various styles—one minute it’s a lip sync battle, the next it’s Theatre Brouhaha drunk in a living room.

Watch a drunk history of the Fringe Festival, a musical battle featuring Songbustera walk up some stairs with The 39 Steps’ Ravi Jain and Anand Rajaram, and a TIFF red carpet special.

Written By

Ruth and Liz are Toronto based performers who have been friends for far too long. Liz is an accomplished improviser and sketch comedian who performs regularly with Bad Dog Theatre and the Monkey Toast Players. Ruth works as actor and producer and is a founding member of The Howland Theatre Company. You can also catch them both on TV plugging the occasional Tim Horton’s Breakfast Wrap or Kit Kat bar. They get along great. Here is a horrible picture of them in high school. @Ruth_Goodwin @LizJohnston12

Written By

Jacqueline is a Toronto-based producer and director. Her work has been featured in various festivals such as Montreal World Film Festival, Hollywood North Film Festival, and Muskoka Independent Film Festival. As a recent graduate from the Humber FMTV program, she is now working with a variety of film studios including The Young Astronauts, Unikron, and Two Bit Circus.