Oct 162014
 

Nick Offerman has been in several big films such as the “Jump Street” films, “We’re the Millers“, “The Lego Movie”, and “Casa de Mi Padre“, but is probably most known for his role in the NBC series “Parks and Recreation”.

Meat (Reddit)

Nick plays “Ron Swanson” in Parks & Rec and many people say that Nick and Ron are pretty much the same person, just in different life settings.Which when you begin to dig into Nick on the net seems to ring true. Nick actually does own a woodworking shop called “Offerman Wood Shop” and they do quite amazing work. Also Nick loves meat, and it just takes a quick google search to prove it.

Offerman debuted his last standup film entitled “American Ham” at the Sundance Film Fest this year and got great reviews. According to Nick there is only one sure-fire way to get your film into Sundance and he explained it Conan O” Brien one night so listen up if you’re an indy film maker!

 

 

So if you’re trying to get your film into Sundance keep that trick under your sleeve.

Currently Nick is doing films and also doing a comedy tour called “Full Bush” which when I first saw that title, sparked my curiosity very much. I did some searching and found this video where he explains what he means by full bush in a TMI kind of way, and explains how manscaping is an abomination.

 

Offerman’s “Full Bush” tour starts in two days in Madison, Wisconsin. If you can’t make it to that just be sure to check his stuff out online for a good laugh every once in awhile. This man believes that getting outside and learning a craft is actually worth your time, unlike some folks of this era, I agree. He also enjoys reading the likes of Wendell Berry. Hopefully he comes to Denver sometime soon.

Support your local comedians, come on down to the Voodoo Comedy Playhouse and catch a show!

 

-KJ Willy

 

Post ScriptLets not forget Nick Offerman is “Axe Cop”!

    Oct 092014
     

    Blues - Denver Improv ComedyNo one likes to have a case of the blues. Busy work and family lives lead many of us to feel down sometimes. An outing to a Denver improvisation club could help improve the situation.

    Join Us For The Laughs 

    The thing about improvisation comedy is that it makes fun of things on the fly. The jokes do not feel forced or staged because they are not. They are free flowing from the comics. In order to enjoy an improv show, one needs only to enjoy laughing. A lack of comedy and lightheartedness in one’s life can be a major source of stress and depression. Some of that can be relieved at the comedy club

    Enjoy A Drink Among Friends Or A Date 

    Improvisation comedy can be a very social event. At the voodoo comedy playhouse, we have a full bar and great performers each and every night. We try to make the performances that our audiences see something that they will remember. It is also the perfect place to bring friends or even a date to enjoy the show among those that you care about.

    The Best Performers For Our Audience

    The Voodoo comedy club attracts the best kind of comedic talent from all across the country. Comics that have performed at the Voodoo comedy club have also appeared on shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live and other popular television comedy shows. They are the top emerging comedy talent of our day, and you are able to see them first at the Voodoo comedy playhouse. 

    To schedule a reservation or if you have any questions, please contact us and let us know how we can help. 

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