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Comedy Works Presents

Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash.
Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash.

Comedy, as a facility of laughter, is a powerful tool for healing emotionally and physically. Laughing helps the heart pump more evenly, boosts the immune system, and ultimately lowers stress. In the wake of the Corona Virus, keeping up your immune system and lowering stress is now more important than ever. If you need help conjuring up the giggles, Denver's Comedy Works at The Landmark in Greenwood Village is featuring one of American Comedy's stars: Adam Cayton-Holland.

Presenting Adam Cayton-Holland

Adam Cayton-Holland has been touring the nation with his comedy styles for years, picking up notable mentions for high-profile magazines and producing several comedy albums along the way. Esquire Magazine has named Holland one of 25 "Comics to Watch." Variety narrowed it down even further and placed Holland in the top 10. He is most known for his role in creating, writing, and starring in Those Who Can’t, which aired for three seasons on truTV. His four comedy albums (available on iTunes) are I Don’t Know If I Happy, Backyards, Adam Cayton-Holland Performs His Signature Bits, and Semblance of Normalcy.

Holland's performance at The Landmark was originally slated for Jan 14th, but it was moved back to March 11th and 12th due to the pandemic. You can attend the show in-person or stream it from home. In-person tickets are $18 on Thursday and $22 on Friday. Tickets for the online show are $15 regardless of the day. To get your tickets, go to and select your viewing preference. If you are planning to attend the in-person show remember to follow the safety guidelines. These include wearing a mask and maintaining a 6-feet radius away from others to comply with social distancing.

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