Sexpot Comedy

 

As the producing partner at the Sexpot Comedy collective, Andy spearheads and co-hosts the monthly signature showcases. He also oversees the dozens of podcasts and live shows Sexpot sponsors or produces. For a full list, visit SexpotComedy.com.

 

Grapes of Rad

 

Andy produced The Grapes of Rad (a monthly comedy show at The Gothic Theatre) in collaboration with Adam Cayton-Holland, Andrew Orvedahl, and Ben Roy of The Grawlix comedy troupe.

 

FESTIVALS

In 2013, Juett partnered with Denver comedian/writer Adam Cayton-Holland to launch the High Plains Comedy Festival. In its inaugural year, the Festival ran three days in venues throughout Denver, and featured both local and national talent—including headliner Reggie Watts, Matt Braunger, and Kyle Kinane. High Plains returned to Denver in the summer of 2014 with a lineup including Pete Holmes, TJ Miller, Nick Thune Kate Berlant, Kumail Nanjiani, Ben Kronberg, Cameron Esposito, and Beth Stelling.

In 2013, Juett partnered with Denver comedian/writer Adam Cayton-Holland to launch the High Plains Comedy Festival. In its inaugural year, the Festival ran three days in venues throughout Denver, and featured both local and national talent—including headliner Reggie Watts, Matt Braunger, and Kyle Kinane. High Plains returned to Denver in the summer of 2014 with a lineup including Pete Holmes, TJ Miller, Nick Thune Kate Berlant, Kumail Nanjiani, Ben Kronberg, Cameron Esposito, and Beth Stelling.

The Crom Comedy Festival started as an outlet of the growing Omaha alternative comedy scene and a yearly celebration thrown by local comedy collective OK Party. Since starting the Festival in 2013, they've brought a variety of comedians to Nebraska including such comedy bigwigs as Doug Benson, Tig Notaro, Neil Hamburger, Judah Friedlander, and Rory Scovel. In 2015, the Festival will expand to include one weekend in Omaha (Crom Fest) and one weekend in Denver (Crom West), with Juett helping to produce both Festivals..


The Crom Comedy Festival started as an outlet of the growing Omaha alternative comedy scene and a yearly celebration thrown by local comedy collective OK Party. Since starting the Festival in 2013, they've brought a variety of comedians to Nebraska including such comedy bigwigs as Doug Benson, Tig Notaro, Neil Hamburger, Judah Friedlander, and Rory Scovel. In 2015, the Festival will expand to include one weekend in Omaha (Crom Fest) and one weekend in Denver (Crom West), with Juett helping to produce both Festivals..