Not Made for TV – A Sketch and Standup Comedy Show
Doors 7 PM, show 8 PM, 21+ only
$15 in advance, $20 at the door
Not Made for TV is a comedy show that combines hilarious standup performances with live sketches, videos, and special guests! Not Made for TV is a Dener-based sketch comedy trio comprised of standup comedians Edward Bell, Derek Walton, and Austin Black. The trio’s live sketches and videos have earned them positive accolades from 303 Magazine and got them featured in the Denver Fringe Festival.
Derek Walton is the ghost of Scruffy Murphy’s Open Mic.
Austin Black is originally from corn dog Iowa and now resides in Denver, Colorado. No one cares that he has performed in multiple comedy festivals such as Floodwater, Green Gravel, and finished top five in the Funniest Person in Iowa contest at Penguin’s Comedy Club. He was also a finalist in the Clean Comedy Contest at Comedy Works. Austin is not a winner. His parents have quoted his comedy as “we wished he would’ve graduated college.”
Edward Bell is a standup comedian based out of Denver, Colorado. He has written for the Hard Times. He hosts the weekly podcast OK Ringo. He was a finalist in the Comedy Work’s Clean Comedy Search. He used to live in a van, but now he doesn’t. There were too many complaints.