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Many shows at the Voodoo are unscripted, which means that the performers have not prepared anything in advance of the show. For example, in a Hit and Run: Musical Improv show, the performers take the suggestion of a show title from the audience, and use that title to create a spontaneous Broadway musical from scratch. Since many of our shows are unscripted, we never know exactly what’s going to happen, which is a potent recipe for comedy!
We are located at 1260 22nd Street, Denver, CO 80205, on 22nd between Larimer & Lawrence, two blocks southeast of Coors Field. Check our Map & Parking page for directions & more details.
Don’t panic! Check out our Parking Map page for a detailed breakdown of where you can park for cheap.
Tickets are usually $8-15. Special event tickets may vary in price. Buy your tickets in advance and save on ticketing fees! After your show, you are welcome to stay and see the rest of that night’s shows on the house, subject to seating availability and special event status.
The bar opens at 7:30 PM Tue – Thu, and 6:30 PM Fri – Sat. We are usually open until at least 11:00 PM Tue – Thu, and at least midnight Fri – Sat.
We have shows five to six nights a week. Check our Show Calendar page for specific dates.
Most shows are an hour long. After your show, you are welcome to stay and see the rest of that night’s shows on the house, subject to seating availability and special event status.
Yep, we sure do! We have a full bar and experienced bartenders to take care of you. We serve draft and bottled beer, wine, and cocktails, and we are proud to feature many local Colorado brands.
Absolutely! Any drinks purchased at our bar can be brought into and enjoyed in the theater and our spacious patio. No outside alcohol can be brought into the theater or bar, and all drinks purchased at the bar must be consumed on the premises. Any guests under the age of 40 will be asked to show ID before purchasing drinks.
The Voodoo does not serve food, but Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs is just around the corner from us, offering a huge array of exotic hot dog and hamburger choices, including vegetarian and vegan options. You are also welcome to bring in food from outside and enjoy it in the bar, on our patio, and in the theater during the show.
We no longer offer karaoke to the general public, but we can set up our professional karaoke setup for private shows and events!
Yes! The Voodoo Comedy Playhouse is proud to be handicapped and wheelchair accessible. The theater and bar are entirely on the first floor, and our restrooms are accessible as well.
The Voodoo Comedy Playhouse is all ages until 10:30 PM, after which the bar and theater are 21+ only. No one under the age of 21 will be admitted into the bar or theater after 10:30 PM. Any guests under the age of 40 will be asked to show ID before purchasing drinks.
We produce shows that are geared toward adults. All ages are admitted to most shows, but some material may not be suitable for children!
While the Voodoo does have an all-ages policy (until 10:30 PM), many of our shows are suited for a more mature audience. Keep in mind that many shows are unscripted in nature, and while you generally won’t hear anything objectionable during most shows, some content may be unsuitable for young children or teenagers.
We do not have a dress code, unless a specific show or event has requested it; these shows and events will be explicitly listed on our calendar.
We sure do! Hit and Run: Musical Improv and our many other comedy shows have entertained thousands of private clients over the past three years, and we’d love to do the same for your group, large or small. Hit up our Private Events page for more info on private rentals for shows or parties, and visit our Private & Corporate Workshops & Training page for more information about our customized Denver team-building workshops.
Like most theaters, all sales are final. Due to limited seating capacity and our arrangements with our unions and vendors, we are unable to refund money once reservations have been made. In some circumstances, we are able to transfer reservations to another show; please contact our box office at 303-578-0079 for details.