From Our Editors
Biography—Life as a Comedy mixes interview with improv to give audiences a one-of-a-kind comedic experience. Like an enchanted truck driver, host and Bovine Metropolis co-founder Eric Farone will take a different special guest—a mother, a restaurateur, or some other Denver-area denizen—down a busy eight-lane memory highway for each of the show's 18 performances, stopping along the way to examine various life experiences. As each guest discusses the events of his or her life, the show's cast will build on the stories to create hilarious ad-libbed scenes and other comedic spin-offs designed to tickle funny bones and massage humor nodes. The improvised action will include poetry, live music, and dance—all forged from the same sort of on-the-spot creative ingenuity that gave mankind such hilarious inventions as the Koosh ball and the daddy longlegs spider. After the show, head down the street to receive a free appetizer with the purchase of two beverages at PrimeBar. PrimeBar is a contemporary ale house that's accented with plenty of leather booths and plasma TVs for post-show show-watching.