The Grawlix are back in The Mile High!
Join us for the next show on July 31st! Joining special guest host Eliza Skinner and Andrew Orvedahl on The Bug stage is a lineup of local and national up-and-comers and established crushers...
Gabby Gutierrez-Reed is a Denver-based standup comedian who just wants to relate to people. She has a range of high-energy jokes and characters that you’ll be quoting during the monotonous work day that is life. You may recognize her from her appearance on Spaghetti High as Slomo Boner Wizard; it aired on Adult Swim at 4 in the morning on a Thursday making her a world-wide sensation. Gabby has been in the Longmont Laughfest, High Plains Comedy Festival, Beast Village Comedy Festival, and 50 First Jokes. You can see her performing regularly in venues across Denver, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs.
Jordan is a standup comedian, writer and actor from Denver, Colorado currently living in Los Angeles. If he looks familiar it may be because you saw him in a couple of commercials or maybe even doing comedy on Viceland's Flophouse. Or maybe you saw him performing at Just For Laugh's Montreal, or the High Plains Comedy Festival, or San Francisco Sketch Fest; opening for the likes of Rory Scovel or Brian Posehn. No? Still not enough? Well sorry... that's really about it...
David Gborie is a comedian, writer, podcaster and all-around thorough type dude based out of Los Angeles, California. He’s appeared on MTV, Showtime, Viceland, NFL Network, Trutv, and was named one of Comedy Central’s Top Comics to watch in 2015. He’s also a co-host of the wildly popular All Fantasy Everything podcast as well as the newer hit Shinin’ With Sam and Dave. He’s written for Comedy Central, Fusion and the ESPY awards, all of which he thinks is pretty good for a dude who used to get 4lokos on credit at the liquor store (shoutout to Randy at Tabor Liquors). David was going to try to explain his comedy using words like “fearless” and “daring” and “new” but then he remembered he thinks that’s corny and refused to go out like that. He does want you to know that he’s a proud son of a hard working Sierra Leonean mother, he reps Colorado real heavy and he’s never called the cops.
Advance tickets (while they last) are just $15. If we still have them, tickets at the door will be $20.
Doors at 7:30; Show at 8:00