Playbill: Three Shows to See in Denver This Weekend
Whether you're looking for the element of surprise inherent in an off-the-cuff improv riff, a laugh-out-loud good time as light as a perfect summer evening or a chilling comedy about a woman who obsessively answers a dead man's phone, it's all yours this weekend. Read on for the details.
Eric Weber John Ashton in Sylvia at the Avenue Theater.
Smile Train Comedy Improv Festival on Facebook
Smile Train, the world's largest cleft-repair charity, brings back its annual improv fest for the seventh year, featuring hilarious performances by a gaggle of the area's longest-lived improv artists and companies at venues all over town. Tonight, catch the last of three evenings at Spark Theater (the Monkey's Uncle troupe will take the stage; admission is $10); after a dark night tomorrow, shows include a free night with Junk Drawer at the D Note in Arvada on Friday, followed by the Wigs at Denver Bookbinding on Saturday ($20) and again on Sunday for the finale at Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret ($15). Have a laugh and fix a smile.
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7519 Grandview Ave., Arvada, CO
1401 W. 47th Ave., Denver, CO
1601 Arapahoe St., Denver, CO
417 E. 17th Ave., Denver, CO
300 E. Simpson St., Lafayette, CO