Phantom Signal Strays Even Further Into The Fringe with David Jordan

Seriously in need of some artistic direction (any direction really), Signal has cast out its net and snagged one of the city's most elusive denizens: David Jordan, A.D. of The Vancouver Fringe Festival. A self-acknowledged "disaster on stage," David has kindly agreed not to second guess his decision to join us and instead add his ineffable charm and questionable performance instincts to the freewheeling chaos that is Phantom Signal. We've got two brand new palpitation-inducing episodes coming down the pike: "Motel," a sick little number about a lonely little roadstop haunted by at least one murderous maniac; and "The Other Woman," a pulp noir pastiche full of hard-boiled detectives, soft-bel

The Boneyard Man Has a New Home at Phantom Signal

Phantom Signal's spiritual predecessor, The Boneyard Man, now has a new home! Chronicling the exploits of millionaire playboy and amateur detective LePage Cranbrook, The Boneyard Man is a radio noir parody that ran as a live stage show in London, Ontario from 1998 through 2015, performed by The Natural Broadcasting Company (Jeff Culbert, Dean Harrison, Rachel Jones, Jayson McDonald, Scott Pinkerton, Virginia Pratten and Jeff Werkmeister). Eighty or so episodes were recorded live (mostly by Geoff Warder), and we'll be cycling through them regularly on Phantom Signal. Visit often! The Continuing Adventures of The Boneyard Man can be heard here. #Comedy #JaysonMcDonald #BoneyardMan #RadioNoir

Jayson McDonald Uses His Last "Get Out of Jail Free" Card and Heads Off to Family Game Nig

Jayson finds himself finally free on a Saturday night, and what does he do? He heads straight to the doughnut shop, of course -- Cartem's Donuterie, that is -- because it's Family Game Night and he's been asked to do his best impression of a comedian alongside a slew of other highly entertaining sorts. Hosted by Megan Phillips, Family Game Night is an ironically titled, well-supervised, adults-only variety show featuring stand-up, sketch, storytelling and more. And goddamn it, your admission price includes a famous Cartem's doughnut. Do not sit at home alone Saturday night, not having fun and not eating doughnuts. Come to the show. There are only 40 tickets or so (goddamn we like to keep t

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