"Totally historical….funny and smart.” – Martin Short
“The cast is an all-estrogen comedy dream team” – Toronto Star
“If there’s a group of finer comediennes working these days, I’m not aware of them” -- Michael Posner, The Globe and Mail
“Each sketch is a masterpiece of performance and writing” – The Village Post
Take an all-star cast of four renowned Canadian comedy artists, give them today’s challenges of careers and family dynamics and you get Women Fully Clothed. This hilarious sketch show captures life as they see it.
Women Fully Clothed is written and performed by:
Robin Duke is best known for her work on the comedy series SCTV and for her three years at Saturday Night Live. She has appeared in many films, most notably Harold Ramis’ films: Groundhog Day with Bill Murray, Multiplicity with Michael Keaton, Stuart Smalley Saves His Family, and Club Paradise with Robin Williams. She had a lead role opposite George Wendt in John Candy’s made-for-TV directorial debut, Hostage for a Day.
Robin enjoys writing humorous ‘slice of life’ essays for various national publications including Today’s Parent, Homemaker’s Magazine, National Post and Canadian Living.
She has received an Emmy nomination for her writing on SNL and a Gemini nomination for her role as Grace on North of 60. For her work writing and performing on SCTV, she has received an Earle Grey Award and a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame. She is currently a professor at the School of Creative and Performing Arts at Humber College in their Comedy Program.
Jane Eastwood got her start in performing after being cast in the cult Canadian film Going Down the Road. Jayne continued to make a name for herself in the theatre scene in Toronto, and became one of the founding members of The Second City Toronto.
Jayne was last seen in the feature films Chicago, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Hairspray and You Kill Me with Sir Ben Kingsley. As well she has been in many movies of the week on ABC, CBS, and NBC with stars including Paul Newman, Bette Midler and Alan Alda. Jayne has been the recipient of four Gemini Awards and The Earle Grey Lifetime Achievement Award.
Kathryn Greenwood starred as Grace Bailey on Sullivan Production’s Wind At My Back. Other television appearances include ABC’s Whose Line Is It Anyway?, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, The Mercer Report and The Royal Canadian Air Farce. As well, she was a regular on the hit adaptation of Mordecai Richler’s Barney’s Version.
In addition, she has enjoyed being an ensemble member of the comedy series: Listen Missy, The Broadside, and Not To Be Repeated. Film highlights include Miguel Arteta’s Lucky Peach, Disney’s Switching Goals with the Olsen twins, John Candy’s Hostage For A Day and The Man with Eugene Levy. Kathyrn was the first-ever winner of The Canadian Comedy Award for Female Improvisor of the year and she spent five years with The Second City, where she won Dora Mavor Moore Awards for two shows she co-wrote and performed.
Teresa was a member of The Second City for four years during which time she wrote and performed in three Dora-nominated shows. Her first two plays, Dumplings And Death, and Hot August Night have been produced in Toronto and New York.
She was a member of the Tarragon Theatre Playwrights Unit, where she wrote, Made You Look. Teresa is a regular guest on CBC’s The Debaters as well as The Winnipeg Comedy Festival.
Teresa co-wrote and starred in her own half-hour TV special, As I Was Saying, for The Comedy Network. Other TV and film credits include The Listener, Overruled, The Sean Cullen Show, Royal Canadian Air Farce, Bless The Child and Sue Thomas F.B.I. She starred in five seasons of the Gemini nominated History Channel series, History Bites. Teresa was also nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Female Improvisor.
Teresa’s TV series The Jane Show, which she co-wrote, produced and stars in, is airing on the W Network and Global. Teresa was nominated for a Writer’s Guild Award and also for a Gemini for her role as Jane.