The Templeton Philharmonic are an award-winning, Canadian sketch comedy duo comprised of Toronto writers and performers Gwynne Phillips and Briana Templeton. Together, they perform delectably surreal sketch comedy that is often peppered with hideous Edwardian dresses, stinging social commentary, and dead-pan interpretive dance. 

They have appeared at the New York, Chicago, and Toronto Sketch Comedy Festivals, and took home the award for “Best Comedy Duo” at the L.A. Comedy Festival.  Their original script "Wild Hearts of Suburbia" was a finalist in 2012's cut-throat “Pilot Week” competition run by Insight Productions (Top Chef Canada, Battle of the Blades). They were also featured at Second City Toronto’s “Cream of Comedy Gala” as finalists for the 2012 Tim Sims Encouragement Award. In 2013, they headlined the National College Comedy Festival at Skidmore College, NY alongside James Adomian and The Improvised Shakespeare Company.

They are currently the "Emerging Artists In Residence" at Canadian Stage for the 2013-2014 season. 

Be sure to click on "upcoming shows" to see where you can catch them next!

Plus - seeing as the age of social media and all - you can also keep up with them on Facebook and Twitter. Super exciting, right?