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Snowmass Live Comedy Series: An Evening of Comedy with Nancy Norton
August 11 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Doors Open: 7:45 p.m.
Show: 8:00 p.m. (45 mins – 1 hour)
Nancy consistently receives five star reviews by knowing her audience and connecting with universal truths through her intuitive, engaging style. She delivers shows that are high energy, fast-paced and hilarious.
She tours nationally headlining clubs, festivals, conferences and events. She toured internationally on several USO tours to Europe, Asia, Iceland and the Pacific. Nancy draws from a lifetime of experience. She is a single mom who worked many years as a registered nurse and shares hilarious healthcare anecdotes that will leave you in stitches and wanting to “STAY WELL.”
She has been a regular headliner at Comedy Works in Denver since 1992 and has been featured on a variety of TV showcases: currently on Amazon Prime Video, previously on “Evening at the Improv” on A&E, “Nickmom Night Out” on Nickelodeon and in her one-woman show “The Yellowish-Green Girl” on PBS.
Nancy lives in Colorado and balances comedy, speaking and workshop engagements with writing, producing shows, podcasts and being a single mom to her active and creative teenage son. Nancy adopted her son as an infant in Kathmandu, Nepal in 2005 – a magical journey of a mother and child meant to be together that would not have had a happy ending without the help of humor.
- Standup Comedian | Keynote Speaker | Registered Nurse
- CHAMPION – 40th Annual Seattle International Comedy Competition
- WINNER – 2018 BOSTON COMEDY FESTIVAL
Seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis for those holding reservations. Large groups should arrive early to ensure the best seating. Capacity is limited to 50 people per show. Table and bar service will be available before and during the show. Please plan to arrive early if you plan to order food.
Masks are no longer required, but recommended for anyone who is not vaccinated. We will operate based on current event guidelines from Pitkin County Public Health, which may change at any point in time.