Why So Serious?

Why So Serious, Adam Cayton-Holland and Andy Juett?

Why So Serious, Adam Cayton-Holland and Andy Juett?

High Plains Comedy Festival co-founders Adam Cayton-Holland and Andy Juett are excited about Denver’s comedy scene, and they’re betting big on it.



Why So Serious, Greg Baumhauer?

Here we witness Denver comedian Greg Baumhauer performing in his native environment at the Squire Lounge, where he's been known to lash out at strangers for entering his habitat.

Notorious Denver stand-up Greg Baumhauer digs into the Denver comedy scene before his Squire Lounge album recording.



Why So Serious, Moxie?

Denver stand-up comics Mara Wiles (left) and Kristin Rand have formed the new sketch comedy duo Moxie from the ashes of their LadyFace group.

Denver stand-up comics Mara Wiles and Kristin Rand have formed the new sketch comedy duo Moxie from the ashes of their LadyFace group.



Why So Serious, Ben Kronberg?

Denver-bred comedian Ben Kronberg is watching you getting ready to watch his first Comedy Central half-hour tonight. Photo by Bryce Boyer.

Denver-bred stand-up Ben Kronberg has enjoyed scattered TV appearances over the years, but none as big as his first Comedy Central half hour, which premieres June 14th.



Why So Serious, Leslie Jordan?

Actor and comedian Leslie Jordan brings his one-man show "Fruit Fly" to Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret June 7-9.

Sitcom regular and one-man-show machine Leslie Jordan on his Emmy, character acting and finding peace in Hollywood.



Why So Serious, George Lopez?

If you haven't seen much of George Lopez lately, get ready, because you're about to see a lot more.

George Lopez has had a tumultuous last couple years, but with a new special, book, tour and sitcom, things are definitely looking up.



Why So Serious, Jonathan Larroquette and Seth Romatelli?

"Uhh Yeah Dude" hosts Jonathan Larroquette (left) and Seth Romatelli share a nice cup of coffee in Los Angeles.

The popular, long-running comedy podcast “Uhh Yeah Dude” is making its Denver debut with a taping at the Oriental Theater. We catch up with co-hosts Seth Romatelli and Jonathan Larroquette in advance.



Why So Serious, Bryan Cook?

Comedian Bryan Cook (left) looks on while another comic reads his competitive erotic fan fiction on stage.

Seattle-turned-L.A. comic Bryan Cook brings his live comedy show (and soon to be Nerdist podcast) “Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction” to Denver’s Bug Theatre on May 30.



Why So Serious, Maria Bamford?

Comedian Maria Bamford is too modest to point out how freaking great she is. Photo by Natalie Brasington.

Cult favorite Maria Bamford is increasingly being noticed by the mainstream for her brilliantly funny, brutally personal humor.



Why So Serious, Kathy Griffin?

When does vomiting into an oxygen mask become funny? Just ask Kathy Griffin. Photo by Mike Ruiz.

Comedian Kathy Griffin sounds off about vomiting into oxygen masks, her post-Bravo prospects, and her love of the Backstreet Boys.