Posts Tagged ‘ Fine Gentleman’s Club ’

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.



Denver comedians put Mexican wrestling in a headlock with “Lucha Libre & Laughs”

The time has truly come to combine masked Mexican wrestling with stand-up comedy.

“Lucha Libre and Laughs” is returning to the Oriental Theater for a night of Denver’s best stand-up comedy and, of course, Mexican wrestling.



High Plains Comedy Festival adds Reggie Watts as headliner, reveals more lineup and ticketing info

Denver's first-ever stand-up comedy festival is set to debut on South Broadway Aug. 23-24.

The High Plains Comedy Festival, taking place Aug. 23-24 along South Broadway, has announced its headliner, added locals and set an on-sale date.



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.



T.J. Miller’s “Denver” music video: Reverb’s exclusive premiere

T.J. Miller's Denver video shoot

Check out this exclusive premiere for Denver-bred comedian T.J. Miller’s love letter to his hometown. Yes, it’s stained with green chile, dog poop and beer, but it’s still a love letter, OK?



The Nix Bros. like what they see in Denver’s camera-ready comedy scene

The Denver filmmaking team the Nix Bros. -- Adam, left, and Evan -- have reason to celebrate lately. Photo by Stephen Mitchell, The Denver Post.

Evan and Adam Nix, a pair of 6-foot-5 brothers who are often mistaken for twins, are owning their moment with a number of popular online videos and increasing national renown.



Why So Serious, Fine Gentleman’s Club?

The members of the Fine Gentleman's Club, from l-r Nathan Lund, Chris Charpentier, Sam Tallent and Bobby Crane, fight for the title of Prettiest Comedian at Cheesman Park last summer. Photo by Cyrus McCrimmon.

Nathan Lund, Chris Charpentier, Bobby Crane and Sam Tallent are the Fine Gentleman’s Club, and their weekly “Too Much Fun” show is Denver’s best weekly stand-up comedy showcase.



Best of 2011: Stand-up shows, comedy albums, and video games

From left to right: Nathan Lund, Sam Tallent, Chris Charpentier and Bobby Crane are the Fine Gentleman's Club. Photo by Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post.

Reverb’s John Wenzel runs down the best comedy shows, comedy albums and video games of 2011. Just like any mature man should.



Why So Serious, Mara Wiles?

Rising Denver stand-up Mara Wiles and her LadyFace troupe will perform Saturday at the Spark Theater on South Broadway. Photo courtesy of Stone Crandall.

Mara Wiles’ can thank her rapid ascent in the local stand-up scene to her quick-witted routines, devastatingly funny asides and ability to get on all the best shows. We talk to her in advance of her Dec. 17 LadyFace sketch show.



Photo essay: T.J. Miller’s wild “Denver” video shoot at DIA, East High, Casa Bonita, Civic Center, the Wynkoop & more

T.J. Miller's Denver video shoot

Check out photos of Denver-bred comedian T.J. Miller’s video shoot with the Nix Bros., which took him to the big blue horse at DIA, East High School, Casa Bonita, Civic Center Park and elsewhere across the city