We kind of lost track of the nanu-nanu actor after Mork & Mindy was cancelled in 1982. So, we’re interested that Pam Dawber’s co-star will talk about what he’s been doing all these years. The director-comedian David Steinberg will be on hand to keep things moving, in case the shy, reserved Mr. Williams is at a loss for words. Nov. 13, 8 p.m. $83.35 to $143.35. Sony Centre, 1 Front St. E., 1-855-872-7669.
Hilarious rhetoric happens when host Steve Patterson brings the popular CBC Radio One series to Glenn Gould Studio, where comics sling zingers and court audience favour. Nov. 13 and 14, 7:30 p.m. $28.50. 250 Front St. W., 416-872-4255.
Found Film Festival
In the name of ironic humour, a touring show screens happened-upon obscure videos. This year’s edition includes a masked dancer performing for a group of confused senior citizens on a local cable access show and Ferret Fun & Fundamentals, an inessential 1996 pet-care video. Nov. 13, 7:30 p.m. $13. The Garrison, 1197 Dundas St. W., foundfootagefest.com.
Darryl’s Hard Liquor and Porn Film Festival
The main festival of comic shorts on sex doesn’t happen until Nov. 17, but the Salon of Awesome Cinema (which gathers films judged to be too long, too intense or too weird for the main screening) and the 69 Hour Film Challenge (involving films made in less than three days) happen one day (Nov. 16, 7 p.m.) earlier. Nov. 17. $20. Projection Booth East, 1035 Gerrard St., hardliquorandporn.com.
Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Game
Sure, teams captained by Doug Gilmour and Bryan Trottier are fine, but wouldn’t pitting Team Fehr against Team Bettman make this annual affair a little more interesting? Nov. 11, 2 p.m. $37.75 to $71.75. Air Canada Centre, 40 Bay St., 1-855-985-5000.
Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
Not your average dog and pony show: This afternoon, jumping pooches and horses team up for a mixed-species race, the great Canine-Equine Challenge (Nov. 10, 1:30 p.m., $43 to $75.50). To Nov. 11. $14 to $18. Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Blvd., 416-263-3400.
Cinderella (a RATical retelling)
Five rats tell their own version of the story of selfish step-sisters, a fairy godmother and a prince obsessed with see-through footwear. A North American premiere. Nov. 12 to Dec. 30. $15 to $20. Young People’s Theatre, 165 Front St. E., 416-862-2222 or youngpeoplestheatre.caReport Typo/Error