8246 Northfield Blvd
Unit 1400,
Denver, CO 80238

Rodney Perry

Ages 21 and up

Friday, May 24 - Sunday, May 26
Ticket Policy:
Seating is first-come/first-serve at Managementʼs discretion.  
All tables (including VIP) are generally considered to be shared.  If youʼve 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 may request so in the notes section of your order and we will do our best to accommodate.  You may also call our Box Office during operating hours or by emailing denver.boxoffice@improv.com. We cannot guarantee large groups who arrive incomplete will be sat together.  It is strongly recommended that large parties meet in our front lobby before entering the showroom together.
Out of respect for our artists and your fellow guests, doors will close 30 minutes after each show’s scheduled start.  At that time entry/re-entry will not be permitted should you arrive late or choose to leave the building for any reason once admitted.
All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.  No Exceptions.
There is a 2-item minimum purchase required, per person inside the showroom.

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
-Inappropriate or in any way aggressive behavior towards fellow guests or staff, at Management’s discretion
-Photo/Video Recording***
-Live Streaming***
***Permission to take Photos/Recordings/Live Stream may be granted at the sole discretion of the General Manager. 

About the Artist: 
The term “gotta laugh to keep from crying” could easily be any comedianʼs mantra but for one Louisiana transplant, Comedian Rodney Perry, the tracks of his tears have been a passionate journey to the top of his game which has led him to laugh out loud at all his naysayers. Born in Chicago, His teacher noticed Rodneyʼs funny nature and made a deal with him. If he would “shut up throughout the course of the day” he would be given an opportunity to perform for his classmates. Rodney found his early comedy stride while living in Monroe Louisiana. As he graduated from high school Rodney was also given the news that his first daughter was on the way. Perry then made a decision that would affect him for years to come, he joined the U.S. Navy. He says “How could I ask my mom to take care of me and my child? I had to grow up, I had to become a man in a hurry”.
His first job in Hollywood was serving as writer/warm-up guy for Kym Whitleyʼs BET show “Oh Drama”. During this time, Rodney opened for acts like George Lopez, Cedric the Entertainer and Steve Harvey.
Perry calls Atlanta home when heʼs not traveling the country to sold-out audiences or hosting his highly popular online radio show, Rodney Perry Live. His career has opened up many doors for him, from his work as co-host of “Whoʼs Got Jokes” or BETʼs “MoʼNique Show”, to his starring role as Harold in “Tyler Perryʼs Madeaʼs Big Happy Family”. Even though Perry is a sought out Actor/Host, he still remains a comedian at heart. He is currently preparing for his ‘made for TVʼ comedy special entitled “No More Mr. Nice Guy” and can also be seen every Tuesday night as the current Host of Bounce TVʼs “Off the Chain”!


  • Friday, May 24
    Doors: 6:15pm // Show: 7:30pm
  • Friday, May 24
    Doors: 8:45pm // Show: 9:45pm
  • Saturday, May 25
    Doors: 5:15pm // Show: 6:30pm
  • Saturday, May 25
    Doors: 8:15pm // Show: 9:15pm
  • Sunday, May 26
    Doors: 4:45pm // Show: 6pm
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