Oddball Comedy Fest: Dave Chappelle, Flight of the Conchords and more at Fiddler’s Green (photos, review)

Oddball Comedy Festival @ Fiddler's Green 9/18/2013

Dave Chappelle made it through his set at the Colorado stop of the Oddball Comedy Festival, though it was a tense and hilarious end to the festival.

Wayans Brothers to reunite for 2014 comedy-sketch tour

Ready for a Wayans family reunion? Photo courtesy Sony Pictures.

The Wayans showbiz family will stage a sketch/stand-up comedy tour in 2014 featuring Keenen Ivory Wayans, Damon Wayans, Shawn Wayons and Marlon Wayans.

Why So Serious, Bill Cosby?

Bill Cosby developed his reputation as the alpha parent through his dozens of albums, which alternated between gentle, goofy and painfully incisive. Photo courtesy of Erinn Chalene Cosby.

Legendary comedian Bill Cosby doesn’t hold back in our freewheeling Q&A with him before his Saturday, Sept. 14 show at the Budweiser Events Center.

Colorado’s best comedy shows this fall: Oddball, Aisha Tyler and more

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Reverb has put together its list of Colorado’s five best Comedy shows this fall.

Why So Serious, Nick Offerman?

Why So Serious, Nick Offerman?

Nick Offerman, a.k.a. “Parks and Recreation” cult icon Ron Swanson, on break-dancing, his beautiful wife and whipping out a fake penis in a Fidlar video.

Why So Serious, Mike Birbiglia?

Mike Birbiglia's latest "Working It Out" club tour finds him honing his latest one-man show.

Mike Birbiglia is one of the nicest guys in show business, and there’s a very specific reason for that.

High Plains Comedy Festival’s Andy Juett joins Comedy 103.1 FM

High Plains Comedy Festival's Andy Juett joins Comedy 103.1 FM

Festival co-founder Juett will be sales manager at Denver all-comedy radio station.

High Plains Comedy Festival wraps up first year with big laughs, crowds on South Broadway

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Denver’s inaugural High Plains Comedy Festival was a smashing success with huge crowds and laughs.

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.

High Plains Comedy Festival celebrates roaring Denver stand-up scene

The streets of Denver were safe for about an hour on Wednesday, August 13, 2013 as twenty six Colorado based comedians gathered at Denver's Civic Center Park to highlight their upcoming participation in the High Plains Comedy Festival. (Photo By Cyrus McCrimmon/The Denver Post )

“Pound-for-pound, we’ve got one of the best comedy scenes in the country,” said Denver stand-up Adam Cayton-Holland, who helped curate this weekend’s High Plains Comedy Festival.