Natalie Norman’s witty jokes and outrageous storytelling are a force of nature in the Toronto comedy scene and a huge embarrassment says her Jewish parents. Natalie’s comedy is often political, sometimes smart, and always hilarious. Don’t be fooled by her pretty weave. She is a fierce feminist and a Spice Girls enthusiast, who loves talking about her period. She may or may not have a 5 minute long joke about her period (she definitely does). For three years Natalie has been rocking the Toronto stand-up circuit, like it’s her job, even though she gets paid very little. Natalie was also recently featured in Post City Magazine’s “meet a comedian” segment. She was featured in the 2012 Fresh Meat showcase giving attention to the most promising up and coming comedians. Natalie also performed in the 2013 Canadian Music Week. Her proudest accomplishment is producing the Humourless Feminists Comedy Show, in conjunction with Slutwalk Toronto, and the stand-up show Stories from the Red Tent. These two highly successful shows raised money for the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre and Planned Parenthood Toronto.