Playing select Saturday nights at 11:00 PM.
Tickets are $8 advance, $10 door.
Welcome to the PORTY!
Help us support Karam Foundation by making a donation now or come to PORTY, a live improv show and fundraising event in Denver. Half of your ticket price will be donated to the Karam Foundation's important work on the ground in Syria.
About the show: PORTY for a Cause is an improv comedy show featuring three of Denver's best groups, Sassy Boyz, At the Barre, and Esoteric Mall. The shows are Saturday nights at the Voodoo Comedy Playhouse in Denver at 11pm. Dates include 2/4/17, 2/11/17, 3/4/17, 3/11/17, 3/18/17, and 4/1/17. Each night you will be entertained by some of Denver's funniest people and half of your ticket will go to a good cause. Additional donations are encouraged and you'll have an opportunity to give even more at each show.
About the cause: The devastation created by the ongoing Syrian civil war has left the world with one of the largest humanitarian crisis in our modern era. Karam Foundation works with local NGO's in Eastern Aleppo to provide necessary emergency aid to the people of Eastern Aleppo. Your donations through this fundraiser go towards the immediate needs of these people, including food, heating supplies, and shelter.
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Thanks so much for your generosity!
Heather performs all over town on various teams including The Secret Service, Plain White She's, Soundbox: Musical Improv, and G.R.I.T.S.: Girls Raised in the South. She was voted one-half of Colorado's "Best Improv Duo" at the 2014 Colorado Improv Awards, "Best Character Improviser" at the 2015 Colorado Improv Awards, and had the honor of performing on the main stage at Second City at the 2013 Chicago Improv Festival. She is thrilled to put her skills as an educator and coach into practice as the Level 3 teacher at Voodoo Comedy Playhouse and loves the energy and excitement that comes with being around students new to the joy that is improv.
Jason started improvising when he went to Colorado State University. He loved it so much, he moved to Chicago to pursue this oddball passion. He studied at the training centers of IO, Second City, and Annoyance Theater. He left Chicago for Denver to join the Handsome Little Devils, where he played The Baron Vegan von Hamburger in “Squirm Burpee: A Vaudevillian Melodrama.” He has, since then, performed with numerous improv groups around Denver and has been featured in local films and commercials. Learn more at www.jasonknauf.com
New Jersey by way of Chicago. She performed with the Second City (NCL). At ImprovOlympic, she performed with many IO Harold teams, as well as Group Therapy, several Halloween shows, and a multi-year run of Our Feature Presentation: the Improvised Movie (directed by the late great Jason Chin.) She is a founding cast member of HitchCocktails at the Annoyance Theater, which was voted Chicago's best improv show in 2016 and runner-up in 2015 through the Chicago Reader. Mel performed, coached, and taught through ComedySportz Chicago for many years, including directing Smashed! the improvised bachelorette party, many children's shows, and writing/directing such Christmas classics as Oops! I Christmassed Again and It's a Bieberful Life. She performed with WhoProv, We Were Promised Magic, and the Broiler Room at the Second City Skybox. She also performed with Improvised Jane Austen, Big Yellow Bus, The Basic Eight, The Davenports, Out of Character, The Blog Report, and Tucker Max at the Playground Theater. She wrote and performed sketch comedy with the Nick and Jessica Variety Hour. She has written over 100 Bro's Guides for BroJackson.com. Mel hosts An Hour with Your Ex podcast with her husband Mark Colomb.