Sat Mar 09 2019
Kids In The Hall, An Evening with...Tickets on-sale via Bruha on Jan 25. This is an early event 6:30pm.

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$20.00 +SC
6:30 PM
(Casbah Main Hall)

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The Casbah is delighted to host & present KEVIN McDONALD “An Evening”, Saturday March 9.  Tickets go on-sale via beginning Fri Jan 25 at 12PM.  Hardcopies will be available the following week.

The Casbah Presents:
From KIDS IN THE HALL: A Kevin McDonald with An Evening!
Saturday March 9, 2019
Doors: 6:30pm
19+ Event

GA $20.00 adv. || $25.00 Door


Comedian, actor, writer and director Kevin McDonald founded “The Kids in the Hall”
with friend Dave Foley, after they met in Toronto at Second City, and the television
series ran from 1988-1995. In the troupe’s television series and stage shows, he
portrays several popular recurring characters, such as the King of Empty Promises,
Sir Simon Milligan, and Jerry Sizzler. McDonald went on to appear in a variety of
films including Boy Meets Girl, Lilo & Stitch, “Lilo & Stitch: The Series”, and Epic
Movie. On television, he has appeared on “The Martin Short Show,” “Ellen,” “That
70s Show,” “Seinfeld,” “Friends,” “NewsRadio,” “MADtv,” “Arrested Development,”
and “Corner Gas.” McDonald has also done voice work for various animated series,
including Nickelodeon’s “Invader Zim,” “The Angry Beavers,” “Catscratch,” and
“Clerks: The Animated Series.” He also played an imaginary friend named Ivan in the
episode ‘Sight For Sore Eyes’ on “Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends,” appeared in
the music video for “Roses” by Outkast, and made an appearance in “Tim and Eric’s
Awesome Show.”

In 2006 McDonald hosted a CBC Television special, featuring several of Canada’s
best-known sketch comedy troupes. “Sketch with Kevin McDonald” won a Canadian
Comedy Award (Best Taped Live Performance – The Minnesota Wrecking Crew). He
was recently at the Just for Laughs Festival with the reunion of Kids in the Hall, and
also with his show “Hammy and the Kids” with Craig Northey, based on his two
dysfunctional families, his father (“Hammy”) and the Kids in the Hall, as well as
“Death Comes to Town” on CBC.