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TD Presents Colin Mochrie & Debra McGrath

TD presents COLIN MOCHRIE AND DEBRA MCGRATH – “ONE COUPLE SHOW” in association with Algoma’s Water Tower Inn & Suites in support of Welcome Friend Association and Rainbow Camp.

Colin Mochrie (Whose Line Is It Aweb  cmjepgnyway & This Hour Has 22 Minutes) and Debra McGrath (Little Mosque On the Prairie) are bringing their incredible comedy and improv talents to the Sault on May 6, 2016.  Join the fun and the hilarity of these two Canadian icons.  A night of laughter, sure to make tears run down your leg!

This Canadian couple share their funny life stories through hilarious improvisation and routines that invite audience participation through suggested improv scenarios.  Who knows, maybe even experience a once in a lifetime chance to join them on-stage?

 Mochrie, a 25 year veteran of the performing arts is best known as a permanent fixture on Whose Line Is It Anyway? and numerous film, stage, TV and radio appearances as well as author of “Not Quite The Classics.”  McGrath wrote, directed, and performed at Second City and has appeared on numerous television series, including Little Mosque on the Prairie, Babar and Franklin. 

 “We are pleased to present Colin and Debra for such a worthy cause as Rainbow Camp and the Welcome Friend Association.  It’s going to be a great night of comedy in the Sault” says Trista Lynch-Black, Senior Manager, Employee Experience, TD.

 “The Welcome Friend Association is thrilled to have TD as the returning Presenting Sponsor and Algoma’s Water Tower Inn & Suites as the Associate Sponsor for this important event.  This annual fundraiser is in support of Rainbow Camp, which provides opportunities for campers to make new friends, develop skills and is a fun place to come “OUT” and be themselves!  Over the past 4 years, the camp has seen over 100 youth from across Canada and with various backgrounds enjoy a memorable experience at Rainbow Camp. This fundraiser helps support their travel and registration fees so all who want to come, are able to.” says president, Harry Stewart.