8246 Northfield Blvd
Unit 1400,
Denver, CO 80238

Joe Torry

Ages 21 and up

Friday, Apr 26 - Saturday, Apr 27

Ticket Policy:

– Seating is first-come/first-serve at Management’s discretion.  

– All tables (including VIP) are generally considered to be shared.  If you’ve purchased fewer than 4 tickets you will likely be sat with another party at the same table.  You will need to purchase all 4 seats if you would like to guarantee your own private 4-person table.

– If you wish to sit with another party, you must request that to the notes in your order and we will do our best to accommodate.  You may also call our Box Office during operating hours.

– All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.  No Exceptions.


Doors close 30 minutes after the show starts.  At which time Re-Entry will not be allowed should you leave the building.




Disruptive behavior of any kind will not be tolerated and could lead to ejection from the showroom without refund and without warning.  Again, refunds will not be issued to guests removed from the showroom.


“Disruptive Behavior” includes but is not limited to: 



-Excessive “Table Talk”

-Smoking/Vaping Inside 

-Refusing to share your table if all 4 seats have not been purchased in advance

-Photo/Video Recording***

-Live Streaming***


***Permission to take Photos/Recordings/Live Stream may be granted at the sole discretion of the General Manager. 


Joe Torry was inducted into the hall of fame in 2006 with legendary comedians such as Richard Pryor, Jerry Lee Lewis and Bill Cosby and having planted an indelible mark on the world of comedy as a former host and featured comedian on HBO’s Russell Simmon’s Def Comedy Jam.


Torry is currently writing his book entitled The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly.  The manuscript details Joe’s journey through life, the entertainment industry and the many people who have impacted in his career and personal life.  He hopes that his book will impact the lives of other upcoming comedians and entertainers by sharing what the business is really like and avoiding some of the same mistakes he made. Torry says “I came into this business doing and saying things I should not have like offending people who held the power in Hollywood.”.


Torry earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications and Broadcast Journalism from Lincoln University, in Jefferson City, Missouri. Torry also received an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters for his work in the Entertainment Industry and Community Service from his Alma Mater and was inducted in his Schools Hall of Fame and National HBC Alumni Hall of Fame sharing the honor with remarkable human beings such as Thurgood Marshall, Langston Hughes, Samuel L. Jackson and many other notable individuals.


As a humanitarian and philanthropist, Torry established “Giving Back The Love Foundation” to sponsor youth programs in his hometown, St. Louis, MO. In the last fifteen years, the foundation has assisted in mentoring over 30,000 children and families on the importance of health care awareness and education.  As a result of his leadership in the community, Torry was chosen to represent the mid-west and to be the first to accept the 2004 Olympic Torch for the historic international event in which Jackie Joyner Kersee was last to carry the torch before it left St. Louis and traveled to New York City.


  • Friday, April 26
    Doors: 6:15pm // Show: 7:30pm
  • Friday, April 26
    Doors: 9pm // Show: 10:15pm
  • Saturday, April 27
    Doors: 5:45pm // Show: 7pm
  • Saturday, April 27
    Doors: 8:30pm // Show: 9:45pm
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