Ophira Calof

Tickets are now on sale for Generally Hospital - a sketch comedy review at the Toronto Fringe Festival!


Writer, performer, and accessibility advocate

Ophira is a comedic writer/performer and producer living in the centre of the universe, otherwise known as Toronto. After watching her first musical at age 3, she decided that she wanted a career in the arts, and hasn't looked back since. She studied opera performance at UBC before chronic illness decided to interrupt her degree, leading her to develop a great relationship with Netflix and her bed. A few years, several diagnoses and a couple of surgeries later, Ophira has graduated from Second City's Sketch Conservatory and Writing Programs and focuses on creating work that explores concepts of illness and disability through art.

All Access Sketch Presents:

Generally Hospital Fundraising Campaign

Help us reach our goal of $5,000 to make sketch comedy more accessible!

From The Blog

June 23, 2018

Generally Hospital

2 and a half years ago, I created a Go Fund Me campaign. It was to help pay for me to have neurosurgery in the States – one of two…

NewsPersonal Writings
October 26, 2017

The Life of a Wheelchair

Sometimes I wonder about the life of my wheelchair. It’s been living with me for over four months now, and in that time we’ve gone through a lot. From crashing…

NewsPersonal Writings
July 12, 2017

Why #StillStanding?

This campaign is me, fighting for my life and the lives of those around me, the best way that I know how. I can’t physically take to the streets and I’m too tired to yell.

All I can do is offer a glimpse of my world. All I have is what I am. Here. Not always upright, but still standing.