Cartoons & Comedy is a purely fun show for crowds and performers alike, a rare glimpse into childhood from the safely ironic distance of years past. Hosted by Christopher Baker, the show features comedians riffing on your favorite cartoons and commercials from days past, with full sets of comedy in between.
Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction with Bryan Cook is a live show and popular podcast on the Nerdist Network that was recently filmed for an episode of The Comedy Show Show on Seeso. It has been recognized as one of the top shows in LA by LA Weekly and listed in the Top 20 Comedy Podcasts by Rolling Stone. The show tours year round and is held monthly in LA on third Sundays at the Virgil, where it recently celebrated its fourth anniversary. Each show features two rounds of comics, writing and performing Erotic Fan Fiction pieces, based upon their whims or audience suggestions. It’s really stupid.
Infauxmation! is the improvised comedy show featuring a panel of comedians riffing on the lighter side of the news. Join host Brent Gill, called a “paragon of the Denver comedy scene” by Westword, and four comedian panelists as they analyze bizarre, but REAL stories from around the world and examine the dumber moments of humanity.
Imagine if The Daily Show had a fling with Chelsea Lately and pooped out a news-based @Midnight, hosted by the polar opposite of Chris Hardwick.
Come and find out why Infauxmation! audiences in Denver, Toronto, New York, and Los Angeles have left in stitches. You might even learn something, but you probably won’t.
WHOSE ROUTINE REIGNS SUPREME?
Iron Comic is a live gameshow with no stakes where 5 comedians rush to write a routine in 8 minutes from topics suggested by the audience. At the end of the night, an Iron Comic will be chosen. Inspired by Iron Chef, each comic is forced to craft jokes while the clock is ticking.
Iron Comic is hosted by Nato Green.
Jonah Keri, New York Times bestselling author of Up, Up, and Away and The Extra 2% and baseball writer for CBS Sports and Sports Illustrated (formerly Grantland), will record a live episode of his popular Nerdist Network podcast, interviewing comedians Sean O'Connor and Ian Karmel. Plus, the first-ever Jonah Keri Podcast game show!
Mara Wiles and the Funky Brunch is a comedy show that has great stand-up and funky challenges. Performers start with their standard sets before they face randomly selected challenges that make things more interesting. They might involve the audience or the Funky Brunch improv players, but they always involve fun and funk. Every show is different and always funky with a DJ, food options and a little day drinking.
The Narrators Denver is a live monthly storytelling show in Denver hosted by Ron S. Doyle and Erin Rollman. Comedians, actors, musicians, writers, and other fascinating folks share true stories from their lives, centered on a monthly theme.
Imagine if you will a world where alternative comedians are black and black comedians do alternative comedy. Have you fallen down a rabbit hole entering a world of mayhem and absurdity? No. You've just found yourself in 2016 where black people are actively redefining "black people." So sit back and enjoy while we welcome you…to the New Negroes.
"New Negro" is a term popularized during the Harlem Renaissance to imply an outspoken intellectual departure from long-standing racist ideology and institutions.
Hosted by Baron Vaughn and Open Mike Eagle.
Created by Brandie Posey & Sam Varela, Picture This! is a wildly funny and innovate comedy show where well-known established comedians and popular up-and-coming comics are paired with some of the most talented animators and cartoonists working today. Each comic is paired with an animator and when the comedian begins their set, the artist draws their hilarious and unique interpretation of the set, which is projected behind the comic for the audience to see. The comics have no idea what the animators will be drawing, which heightens the experience for the audience and adds a completely new element that has not been done in live stand up before.
Pop Culture, Autobiographically.
Join hosts Kevin O'Brien and Taylor Gonda as they talk to guests and each other about pop culture and its never ending impact on our lives.
These Things Matter is built on the concept of High Fidelityism – the belief that pop culture can change your life. No reference is too obscure, no genre too highfalutin. Join Kevin, Taylor and a panel of guests as they wade through movies, music, comedy, television, video games, toys, books, comics and more!
Comedians face off in series of one-on-one rap battles -- totally freestyle, totally improvised. The audience decides the winner by applause at the end of every round, until we have one final champion. It's like 8 Mile, but funny.
Past competitors include Reggie Watts, TJ Miller, Childish Gambino, Thomas Middleditch, Pete Holmes, MC Chris, Nicole Parker, Megan Amram, and like a billion other people.
Hosted by Eliza Skinner.
Half stand up, half game show, Uncalled Four is an interactive crowd experience. Comedians write a deck of 20 terrible/hilarious answers to audience questions like "What does Trump's hair smell like?" or "Dad went out to buy _____ and never came back." Comedians each submit a card while we give out a prize each round, then fan reaction determines the winner. After 30 minutes, comics can wager points in the final "Degenerate Gambler" round to see who will be The Worst Person.