Posts Tagged ‘ Denver Post comedy ’

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.

The Grawlix sells “Those Who Can’t” comedy script to Amazon Studios (news)

Would you let these men teach your children? The Grawlix, from l-r: Ben Roy, Adam Cayton-Holland and Andrew Orvedahl.

Denver comedy trio The Grawlix is moving up in the world after selling a pilot script to Amazon Studios.

Why So Serious, Margaret Smith?

Emmy-award winning comic and writer Margaret Smith has been praised by some of TV's biggest names, including Jay Leno and Ellen DeGeneres.

Emmy-winning comedian and writer Margaret Smith is traveling across the country to play Casselman’s on Tuesday, June 26, and if you play your cards right, you may even get to see her. And by “play your cards right” we mean “if you have $15-$20.”

Can comedian Adam Cayton-Holland take his Denver-based routine national?

Adam Cayton-Holland

Kill or Be Killed: Can comedian Adam Cayton-Holland take his Denver-based routine national?

Live review: Paul F. Tompkins @ the Gothic Theatre

Paul F. Tompkins had some hilarious encounters with Paul Thomas Anderson. Photo by Joe McCabe,

Paul F. Tompkins brings Hollywood stories to the Gothic Theatre in Englewood, Colorado

Why So Serious, Paul F. Tompkins?

Why So Serious, Paul F. Tompkins?

What’s that indeterminate smudge on the horizon, you ask? Why, it’s another “Why So Serious?” Q&A, this time featuring our “Wittiest Renaissance Man This Side of the Mississippi” (which we just made up). Ladies and gentleman, may we present the inimitable “Mr. Show” veteran Paul F. Tompkins.

Why So Serious, Dan St. Germain?

Why So Serious, Dan St. Germain?

For this installment of “Why So Serious?” we chatted via e-mail with rising New York comedian Dan St. Germain, who will make his Denver debut on May 20 at Denver’s historic Oriental Theater as part of Onus Spears’ “Huge Comedy Show.”

Why So Serious, Tom Papa?

Stand-up comedy can be like sex, and not always in the best of ways, according to 'Marriage Ref' host Tom Papa.

Comedian, actor and writer Tom Papa, recently known as the host of NBC’s “The Marriage Ref” and as the opener for mega-comedian Jerry Seinfeld for the last nine years, is a talented and tireless stand-up in his own right.