Date Night

Date Night - Comedy Night

Struggling to come up with ideas for your next date night? We have the perfect solution. Join a night of laughter and love at the Town’s Date Night – Comedy Night. Couples who build date nights into their relationships experience better communication, greater affection and gratitude for the other, and a desire to spend more time together. Not to mention, we could all use a little more laughter in our lives!

Join us for a night of comedy in the intimate setting of The Amphitheater. Dinner is provided by local food trucks on-premises. Validation ticket for food trucks is included with the ticket price. Alcohol will be available for purchase. 

There will be three lead host comics from RISE Comedy. The hosts will be joined by two other comics for 45-minute sets. Each comic will perform for about 15 minutes.

The host comic lineup is:

    7 p.m. – Emily Kinglsey
    8 p.m. – Hannah Jones
    9 p.m. – Liv Carter

RISE Comedy is a dedicated comedy and improv theater and bar located in Denver. Its mission includes providing high-quality and diverse show offerings that exemplify the amazing Colorado comedy and improv communities.

Friday, Oct. 7

The Amphitheater at Philip S. Miller Park
6-10 p.m.
$50 per person (singles welcome)
 

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Comedian Bios

Emily Kinglsey

Emily is a talented loud mouth sass ball who brings her nerdy band geek charm to warm crowds around the front range. She is co-producer of The Matriarchy Presents which is a monthly showcase featuring mostly mom comedians at RISE Comedy in Denver. When she isn't making the funnies, she is in the thick of raising her two daughters. Her patriarchal busting humor and her flugelhorn keep her sane during the non-monotonous monotony of motherhood.

Performing with Andrea Vahl and Stephanie McHugh

Hannah Jones

Hannah is a stand-up comedian, writer, and improviser based in Denver, Colorado. After being homeschooled in a religious co-op, her irreverent takes on sex, religion, and politics are as original as they are deeply uncomfortable for her mother to hear. 

She was the creator of the retired satire publication Westish, which has been written about in Denverite and Westword, and covered on Channel 7 News. She has been invited to the Beast Village, Altercation, and High Plains comedy festivals. She performs at DIY shows all over town, hosts the bi-monthly standup show Uncorked, and is a regular at Denver Comedy Works. 

Above all that, she holds the career-defining title of the 2007 Fayetteville Christian Homeschool Chess Club's "Most Improved," and has been improving ever since. 

Performing with Kate Strobel and Kelsey Rosen

Liv Carter

Liv Carter is Mississippi born and raised but otherwise well-adjusted. Their comedy has been described as “strikingly sad” and “kind of weird.” They’ve been featured on the High Plains, Asheville, and Rise Comedy Festivals and on stages all across Colorado. Ask for their cornbread dressing recipe.

Performing with Hannah Popkin and Calvin Reid