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It’s All Going Down From Here CD Review

31. August 2009

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theseriouscomedysite.com It Is Only Going Down From Here if the weirdest, most daring, sickest, absolutely hilarious at times, most aggressive, bombing badly, in your face, stand-up comedy CD ever release independent or not. It is a bootleg recording of a show Canadian comic Darren Frost recorded in Kingston, Ontario. Whatever you think of it, it is a [...]

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Laughing Away The Tears DVD Review

31. August 2009

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theseriouscomedysite.com I received Laughing Away The Tears, the two comedy DVD independent release by Darren Frost with an equal mixture of joy and fear. Joy because Frost is a great stand-up comic who is so beyond the edge whatever is left of Sam Kinison is rolling in its grave. Fear because this is an in your [...]

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Kelowna Daily Courier

26. May 2009

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Down-right dirty By Jude Campbell Friday, May 22 Darren Frost began his run at Kelowna’s Blue Line Sports and Comedy Club on Thursday and runs through at the same venue until Saturday. It’s not often that a stand-up comedy act comes with an X-rated warning – and that‘s straight from the horses’ mouth. “I’m that comic with an edge. I’m [...]

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Darren Frost to appear on Studio 7 Hundred stage

9. March 2009

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http://http://timestranscript.canadaeast.com/lifetimes/article/596741 One of Canada’s best known and controversial comics Darren Frost will stop in Moncton Wednesday for a one-night show at Studio 7 Hundred. A Toronto Star reviewer described Frost’s style of comedy as having the quality of a satanic revival meeting with Frost “among the most daring comedians in Canada.” A 2007 Echo Weekly review called Frost [...]

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Get 'Frosted' at Studio 7 Hundred

6. March 2009

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Published Thursday March 5th, 2009 Comedian Darren Frost brings X-rated material to town.By Hanne Armstrong He’s worked alongside John Travolta, Michelle Pfeiffer and Christopher Walken in Hairspray. With Ethan Hawke in Assault On Precinct 13, and Michael Douglas in Don’t Say a Word. He’s the Listerine super-hero of commercial fame, and his voice speaks through [...]

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Press: Toronto Star Feb 09

8. February 2009

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Stand-up comics getting nasty Show them a line and they’ll cross it. Raju Mudhar ENTERTAINMENT REPORTER If you’ve ever rolled your eyes at someone being offended by a comedian’s dirty joke, tomorrow night’s Just for Laughs Nasty showcase at Yuk Yuk’s is made for you. Conversely, if you have any tender sensibilities, may we recommend you stay home [...]

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Valentines Press: Sudbury Feb 09

8. February 2009

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Valentine’s Day show boast three comedians, four-course meal Posted By LARA BRADLEY, THE SUDBURY STAR You may recognize him as the Listerine Bottle, the Cash for Life Fairy or even the cameraman Michelle Pfiffer fired in Hairspray. But Darren Frost will be coming to town as himself, to indulge in his first passion — standup comedy. [...]

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Old Articles

24. September 2008

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Click on an article to see a legible version: “When he spouts off, you laugh” by Joel Rubinoff (The Record) “A bitter Frost” by Andres Frost (Eye Magazine) “Letting it all hang out at After Hours” by Cassandra Simons (Niagra News) “Like a winerdog lying in wait” by Shane MacDougall (Eye Performance) “Young [...]

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Dose: Tribes Of the 21st Century

3. September 2008

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  Stand-up comedians don’t get a lot of respect. After all, anyone can tell a joke, right? Not according to a new documentary series, which depicts these men and women as tribal warriors, fighting for respect in the face of constant rejection.  “It’s not just ‘knock, knock, who’s there?’” says Darren Frost, a 16-year stand-up comedy veteran. [...]

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Echo Weekly

30. October 2007

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 Shock humour is certainly not for everyone. For some reason, there is a lot of sticklers out there who are easily offended, either out of a fear of enjoying something society delineates as negative or simply because people are simply uptight.  Yet, pushing boundaries, buttons and bodies engenders independent thought,  understanding, constructive criticism and, dare [...]

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