Have you ever been wondered how comics get over hecklers, have the courage to get on stage, and adapt to different shows? John Heffron, winner of the second season of Last Comic Standing, explains the how he uses psychology to read a crowd in real time. He even talks about body language in getting the desired reaction from your audience and much more.
Stand up comedy is not just an art form. There is a science to it!
Listen to the the advice and analyzes here!
Catch John Heffron LIVE at Comedy Works South at the Landmark all weekend (November 29 – December 1). Click here for tickets & information.
We are not the only one that love Yondr!
Comedy at its Rawest
Enjoy comedy the way it’s intended. No holds barred, no punches pulled, and no f**ks given. Watch seasoned pros and future stars battle each other for supremacy. Good sets will be awarded, bad sets will be punished. Feelings will be hurt, fun will be had.
Hosted by Greg Baumhauer and Mike Stanley. Baumhauer named the “Dark Prince of Colfax” by the Westword is who is known for running the raucous and raunchy Squire Lounge Comedy Night, dubbed the “meanest mic in America”, helped cultivate the careers of some of Denver’s most accomplished comedians, and ended others before they started. A fifteen year veteran in the Denver comedy scene, and winner of the 2007 New Talent Contest, Greg returns to doing what he does best-making fun of new comedians.
Greg’s co-host Mike Stanley the host of Food Network’s Food: Fact Or Fiction, was named “Best Chicago Stand-up Comedian” in a Peoples Choice poll done by the Chicago Reader and “Best Detroit Comedian” by HOUR Magazine. Another fifteen year comedy veteran, Mike tours internationally and has performed at several festivals including the Oddball Comedy Festival, and TBS Just For Laughs Festival. Insightful, crass and just plain hilarious, Mike has recently moved to the Mile High City and we couldn’t be happier to have him.
Comedy is at its best when it isn’t scared to tell the truth. So let’s stop pretending that the world is nice and fair, and help us celebrate each other by pointing out our differences and similarities that make us all amazing and utterly stupid.
Thick Skin may not be for everybody, but everyone should see it!
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“When Jeff Ross and Dave Attell take the stage, no one is safe. With the help of special guests, they’re packing a lot of laughs into one epic weekend.” – Netflix, description of the show. This will not just be a one off special, there will be 3 episodes featuring hilarious comics!
Comedy Central has green lit many sketch comedy shows in the past. Here’s another one….Get ready for Goatface! Fahim Anwar is one of the stars and Comedy Works can’t wait to catch this show airing on Comedy Central November 27th!
Seen on Showtime, Comedy Central, A&E, B.E.T. and his own Showtime Comic of the Month Special. Plus, over 20 U.S.O. World Comedy Break Tours for troops. Currently headlining comedy clubs, major cruise lines, colleges, corporate events. He’s also a founding member of the critically acclaimed The S.E.L.L.O.U.T. Comedy Tour. He recently headlined at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
The Indianapolis News says, “His jokes make fun of life’s everyday occurrences that break all racial and economic barriers.”
CBSDenver.com said Johnson is the “Owner of the gift that every comic craves-the ability to draw the long hearty laughs from start to finish.”
The Boulder Daily simply states that, “There was only one difference between us. He was funny-very funny.”
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Phil Palisoul has made his living as a comedian for over 20 years. In that time, he’s been all over the world, performing in such far flung places as Hong Kong, China, Juneau, Alaska and Billings, Montana. He recently toured Afghanistan to perform for the troops with Comics on Duty. He’s worked with and won the respect of some of the biggest names in comedy, like Jerry Seinfeld, Drew Carey and George Lopez.
Phil has made dozens of TV appearances, including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, two seasons of Last Comic Standing and Comedy Central’s Premium Blend. In the summer of 2013, Phil took first place at The Great American Comedy Festival, in Johnny Carson’s hometown of Norfolk, Nebraska.
Having performed for countless clubs, corporations and cruise ships, Phil is comfortable in any venue. From funky bar-rooms to luxury theaters, small rooms, big rooms or no room at all – he’s been there/done that – and done it well! Alongside his successful standup career, Phil worked as a TV writer for a number of years in LA on every major network, as well as Comedy Central.
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Trevor Noah’s new special, Son of Patricia, will premier on November 20th on Netflix. No trailer has been released as of right now but Trevor Noah’s track record promises an inspiring and clever special in our midst!
Harland Williams is one of the most unique comedians out there. No one can do what he does…case and point Harland Williams newest special, that come out in August no Amazon Prime is him doing the entire act as Caramel Corn the Pug. Undoubtedly funny, check it out! Also keep an eye for the next time Harland comes to Comedy Works!