See the same comedians you see in A-list comedy clubs across America! Parker Arts is proud to present the best stand-up comedy from Denver and beyond. Laugh out loud in this fun-packed series, featuring two hilarious comedians for one low ticket price!
CAUTIONS: ADULT LANGUAGE AND HUMOR
Headliner: Nancy Norton
Nancy began touring as a stand-up comedian in 1991 and tours nationally and internationally, headlining clubs and conferences delivering keynotes. Nancy jokes: “Being born the fourth of three children, I thrive on attention from strangers!” Norton is known for delivering engaging, high-energy, face-paced performances that connect with universal truths through her in-the-moment and intuitive style and customized material.
You may have seen Nancy headlining at comedy clubs, cruises, speaking at a conference or on various TV showcases, doing stand-up on Evening at the Improv on A&E, currently on Amazon Prime Video, in her one-woman show The Yellowish-Green Girl on PBS, or featured on NickMom Night Out on Nickelodeon.
Nancy Norton is the 2018 WINNER of the Boston Comedy Festival, the only woman to win that prestigious festival since it began.
Feature: Christie Buchele:
Christie Buchele is an accomplished standup comic from Denver, Colorado. Making a name for herself by sharing the heart-wrenching and hilariously raw realities of being a woman with a disability, Christie has been featured on Viceland’s Flophouse,Hidden America with Jonah Ray, Laughs on FOX and First Look on NBC. Christie has performed on Limestone Comedy Festival in Bloomington, Denver’s own High Plains Comedy Festival and 208 Comedy Fest in Boise. She starred in and wrote for the Project DU film Scary Lucy which has won multiple awards at film festivals around the country. As Director of Stand-Up at Rise Comedy Theater in Denver Colorado, Christie empowers young comics to hit the stage running and tell their stories with confidence.
Christie has been described as “brave” for leaving the house in that body. Her comedy has been described as “funny despite what she talks about” and “uncomfortable” by her mom. She has been chosen to open for the likes of Josh Blue, Marc Maron and David Cross. Christie reps the Mile High City hard while crushing audiences with a wry, biting style that’s a bit sweet and a little bit surly, proving time and again you can say almost anything with a smile on your face and a gimp in your step.
PACE Center Box Office
& Art Gallery Hours
Mon. – Sat., Noon – 5 p.m. 90 minutes before performance through intermission