ALAMOSA — On Friday, April 14th, Society Hall is pleased to present comedians Chris Voth and Talon Saucerman for a great evening of laughter and enjoyment. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the show beginning at 7:30 p.m. at Society Hall, 400 Ross Avenue, Alamosa.
Chris Voth is an accomplished comedian, a licensed teacher, and a published author. He has made several national television appearances, including the Late Late Show, Last Comic Standing, and Comics Unleashed. Chris also appeared in his own half-hour special on Altitude Sports Cable and was chosen for the prestigious Great American Comedy Festival.
A 15-year comedy veteran, Chris is a past winner of the Denver Comedy Works Competition and has worked with everyone from Dave Chappelle to Larry the Cable Guy to Linda Ronstadt. Voth’s first comedy CD titled "Never Mind the Jim J Bullocks, Here's the Chris Voth" is currently available for purchase.
Chris balances his performance schedule with a full-time high-school teaching career. Read his short story, "Stand Up and Deliver," published in the Cream City Review Literary Journal. In it, Chris shares the experiences he had when entering the teaching field after years in stand-up comedy.
Chris has a master's in English and is currently working on his doctorate in education from the University of Colorado at Denver.
Talon Saucerman, the opening act, is just a good ole boy from South Dakota. Talon left his family farm seeking fame, fortune and cheap whiskey along the way. His small-town upbringing lends a unique perspective on the world outside his sheltered childhood. Talon’s wide eyed optimism, borderline naiveté approach on life entertains crowds across this great nation of ours. Armed only with a public education, the knowledge of what his "Grampa always said". Talon is an internationally touring comedian and regular at the world-famous Comedy Works in Denver. He has also been featured on the DIY Networks, Cool Tools.
Tickets are available online at www.societyhall.org or at The Green Spot Garden Center, 711 State Avenue, Alamosa. Advanced tickets are $20 and $25 at the door.