Posts Tagged ‘ Why So Serious ’

Why So Serious, Mike Lawrence?

Why So Serious, Mike Lawrence?

New York comedian Mike Lawrence will co-headline first Sexpot Comedy show at the Oriental Theater on Dec. 20, with Sean Patton, Ben Roy and Jordan Doll.



Why So Serious, Tig Notaro?

Tig Notaro plays the Boulder Theater on Dec. 13.

Tig Notaro talks about the cancer comedy that earned her a Grammy nomination ahead of her Boulder Theater show.



Why So Serious, Peter Atencio?

Comedians Jordan Peele (left) and Keegan-Michael Key are only two-thirds of the primary creative team behind Comedy Central's hit sketch show "Key & Peele."

Director/producer Peter Atencio, who’s 1/3 of Comedy Central’s funniest sketch comedy, “Key & Peele,” talks about his Denver upbringing & more.



Why So Serious, Tommy Davidson?

Why So Serious, Tommy Davidson?

“In Living Color” veteran Tommy Davidson talks about his old show, his recent work for Adult Swim and more in advance of his Denver Improv dates.



Why So Serious, Rhys Darby?

Murray? Present! "Flight of the Conchords" veteran Rhys Darby brings Kiwi comedy to Colorado this weekend. Kate Little Photography.

Murray from “Flight of the Conchords” is a real person — or at least as real as Rhys Darby, who brings his agreeable stand-up to Comedy Works this weekend.



Why So Serious, Vicki Lawrence?

Why So Serious, Vicki Lawrence?

The much-maligned ’80s sitcom “Mama’s Family” is finally on DVD. We talk to star Vicki Lawrence about the show’s legacy.



Why So Serious, Keenen Ivory Wayans?

Ready for a Wayans brothers reunion tour? Older brother Keenen certainly is.

“In Living Color” creator and actor/comedian Keenen Ivory Wayans on his career and his 2014 reunion tour with his brothers.



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.



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, 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.