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Sketch Workshop: How to Write for Women with Racquel Belmonte

January 26, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

🔥How to Write for Women with Racquel Belmonte🔥


Created as a direct response to the questionable and inappropriate female characters she and her female-identifying peers have had to play thus far in their sketch comedy careers, “How to Write for Women” is a workshop designed primarily for cis-men involved with or interested in sketch comedy who are wanting to become stronger allies within the community through their work and behavior. This workshop will focus on how to write and create diverse characters for female-identifying equals, and will explore topics of equality, stereotyping, gender norms, workplace dynamics, and the importance of inclusion and safety within our community- most particularly onstage and in the writer’s room.

This workshop will contain written and performed components, in addition to discussion. Though this workshop is mainly geared towards cis-male folks, anyone with a high interest in sketch comedy and/or pushing boundaries within their communities to create change is able to participate. All levels of experience are welcome.

Saturday 3:00pm to 5:30pm, $35.00 per person, Little Mountain Gallery



Racquel Belmonte is a voice actor, sketch comedian, and improviser based in Vancouver, British Columbia. She has trained with The Second City, Blind Tiger Comedy, Instant Theatre, and Vancouver Theatresports League. In addition to consistently performing in various shows all over the city, Racquel is a member of comedy groups Carmelahhh, Nasty Women Comedy, and is a member of the Blind Tiger Houseteam Reynolds. Racquel has performed in the Del Close Marathon, at Bellingham’s Upfront Theatre, at Rapid Fire Theatre in Edmonton, and most recently in Toronto at the Fringe Festival and at Bad Dog Theatre Company.



January 26, 2019
3:00 pm - 5:30 pm


COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update July 2020

Last month the province entered the government’s Phase 3 of operational reopening, a staggered approach by sector.

In early July this reopening impacted LMG as part of:

Select entertainment – movies and symphony, but not large concerts (July 2020)

Little Mountain Gallery is not returning to regular programming but, over the coming weeks and months, modified live performances may resume with health restrictions in place.

If or when you choose to return to Little Mountain Gallery please be aware that the experience will differ from how you remember to ensure the maximum amount of safety for our community.

LMG will restrict access to people exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 or have come into contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Although all performances at LMG are independently produced we're asking all our showrunners to comply with a standard level of precautions, including encouraging all tickets to be available online, elimination of cash-transactions, rigorous disinfectant and preventative measures, audience traffic and line modifications, etc.

Information about specific practices can be obtained from individual showrunners before events. Please respect all requirements for entry including mask-use, disinfectant procedures, additional time for entry and exit, as well as any additional necessary inconveniences.

As we slowly transition back to limited performances please know that safety is our first priority. If you have any questions or concerns please message LMG at littlemountaingallerycomedy@gmail.com