Did you know that ventriloquism was originally a religious practice. The noises were thought to be the voices of the unliving. The ventriloquist would then interpret the sounds, as they were thought to be able to speak to the dead, as well as foretell the future. One of the earliest recorded group of prophets to use this technique was the Pythia, the priestess at the temple of Apollo in Delphi. Despite this odd origin story, many people enjoy ventriloquist acts today. Continue reading to find out about one such act occurring in Denver.
Live At The Jester's Palace
Looking for some ventriloquist entertainment? You can now see Joshua The Ventriloquist at the Jester's Palace in Denver. The Jester's Palace is a night club at 1527 Champa Sreet in Denver. The show occurs every two week on Tuesdays from 7 to 8 PM. Tickets are only $15. Going just by the stage name Joshua The Ventriloquist, this entertainer is a renowned performer known for his shows in Las Vegas. Joshua performs a show full with puppets, jokes, audience interaction, and the occasional magic trick. In order to secure your spot at this event, check out the Jester's Palace website for ticket information.
This venue is packed with scheduled entertainment like the sketch comedy play "Learning" which is in its final season. The show is on April 22nd at 9 PM. "We all need to learn at some point, but with so many things to learn about, where do you find the time?" This show has everything from puppets and food fights to dance battles monologues. The show explores topics in life like Dancing, Theater, Safety, Food, and Health. If you want to participate in this show, then get your tickets soon because the last show is nearly sold out.