Why So Serious?

Why So Serious, Beth Stelling?

They call her Sweet Beth. Sweet, sweet Beth. And by "they" we mean "she." And by "she" we mean "Beth Stelling."

Do you know L.A.-by-way-of-the-Midwest comedian Beth Stelling? You really should, and not just because we’re telling you to. But also because of that.



Why So Serious, Lily Tomlin?

Despite her down-to-earth persona, countless comedians look up to the legendary Lily Tomlin, as well they should. So who does Lily Tomlin look up to? (Photo by Greg Gorman)

Despite her down-to-earth persona, countless comedians look up to the legendary Lily Tomlin, as well they should. So who does Lily Tomlin look up to?



Why So Serious, Christopher Titus?

Colorado favorite Christopher Titus returns for a run of headlining shows at Comedy Works South March 29-30.

How does Christopher Titus keep his energy level so high? One hint: being pissed off and screwed up certainly helps.



Why So Serious, Dr. Drew and Adam Carolla?

Why So Serious, Dr. Drew and Adam Carolla?

Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew Pinsky are getting the most popular lineup of the “Loveline” band back together — and finding that the ’90s aren’t that far away.



Why So Serious, Martin Short?

Why So Serious, Martin Short?

Comedian Martin Short has done “Saturday Night Live,” Broadway and everything in between. We catch up with him in advance of his latest Denver show.



Why So Serious, Rory Scovel?

Rory Scovel varies his set from night to night with brilliant improv. Because he can, and because he's awesome.

L.A. comic Rory Scovel is returning triumphant to Denver to headline Comedy Works after a mixed bag of past appearances in the Mile High City



Why So Serious, Chris Miller?

Why So Serious, Chris Miller?

Denver comedian Chris Miller brings at the Voodoo Comedy Playhouse



Why So Serious, Lewis Black?

Lewis black defies you to have a lower blood pressure than him. Seriously. (Photo by Clay McBride)

Indignant human tea kettle Lewis Black has very healthy blood pressure, thanks you very much.



Why So Serious, Chelsea Peretti?

Few up-and-coming comics would walk away from a writing gig at "Parks and Rec," but Chelsea Peretti has other plans. (Photo by Evan Sung)

L.A. comedian and writer Chelsea Peretti is choosing stand-up over her other Hollywood gigs — at least for the moment.



Why So Serious, Fortune Feimster?

Fortune Feimster knows comedy gold when she hears it -- especially if it's coming from the mouths of her family members. Photo provided by Comedy Works.

“Chelsea Handler” writer-actor Fortune Feimster is celebrating two years on the show and headlining Comedy Works South for the second time this year, Nov. 30-Dec. 1.