Phil Luzi’s “Family Jewels” – Saturday, May 4 – 7pm – Studio Stage


PHIL LUZI – LIVE AT THE WE’RE FUNNY THAT WAY FESTIVAL

Saturday, May 5, 2018 – 7:00 PM
Alumnae Theatre Studio Space
70 Berkeley St, Toronto
Tix Sliding Scale:
$50 VIP (reserved front row limited seating)
$20/$10/$5 advance online only at https://philluzi.bpt.me
$25 at the door*

Phil shows off his “Family Jewels”!

First generation Canadian and stand-up comic, Phil Luzi’s storytelling comedy chronicles his life growing up as the only boy in a traditional Italian family and re-building a relationship with an immigrant father who had to let go of the hopes and dreams for a legacy and just let his son do things his own way.

PHIL LUZI is an actor, comic, and director known for his physical comedy and unforgettable characters, including the eccentric and fun-loving Latin lover, Alejandro in the Canadian Screen Awards nominated Terrific Women. Phil has opened for Kids in the Hall’s Scott Thompson, Emily Heller, and Todd Glass. He can also be seen in Funny or Die’s Sex & the Single Parent, and in highly-anticipated horror feature, Hellmington due for nationwide release this summer. www.philluzi.com

With Special Guest Sandra Battaglini!

BMO Presents
PHIL LUZI LIVE AT THE WE’RE FUNNY THAT WAY FESTIVAL

Saturday, May 5, 2018 – 7:00 PM
Alumnae Theatre – Main Stage
70 Berkeley St, Toronto
Tix Sliding Scale:
$50 VIP (reserved front row limited seating)
$20/$10/$5 advance online only at https://philluzi.bpt.me
$25 at the door*

THANK YOU TO OUR GOLD SPONSOR CINEPLEX ENTERTAINMENT!  Take in a movie or event at the theatre!

THANK YOU TO OUR MEDIA SPONSORS:

 

 

and our Bronze Sponsor:

* If you can’t swing a the cost of a ticket to this show and would like a complimentary one please e-mail us at info@werefunnythatway.org and if tix are available we will reserve one at the door for you.

The We’re Funny That Way Festival is a fundraiser for the We’re Funny That Way Foundation which aims to give transformational gifts to queer charities across Canada.  This year we are providing funds to Rainbow Railroad an organization that helps LGBTQ people to escape persecution and violence.  For more information on this amazing organization go here .

The festival is produced pro bono by Ford Cassella Productions.

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