Heartbreak has never been so much fun. The British fuck rock band, SourMILF, is kicking off their first world tour in Denver. They are absolutely not a band. They are definitely a band. They’re here to fuck rock your face off! It's fortunate, because you used to date the band, and since you'll be at the show, they're using it as an opportunity to return your box of shit, have the last word, and maybe kiss you one more time. 

This comedy that is sort of a play/sort of a rock show asks: if a band shows up to play a gig and doesn’t actually play any songs, is it still a rock show? We think yes. It’s a fuck rock show. Come hoot and holler and have some fun with Nigel on lead guitar, Nigel on bass, Nigel on drums, and of course Nigel on lead vocals.

Adults Only
55 minutes
Comedy, Devised, Theatre
14er Brewing and Beer Garden
3120 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205

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Taylor Anaya-Estrada (she/her), Creator/Nigel on Drums: Taylor is a native of Pueblo, CO. She is an actor studying at Adams State University with a double major in Theatre and Sociology with an emphasis in Criminology ('23). Taylor has appeared in several Adams State theatre productions, most recently the satire French Pig in fall of 2021. Taylor is an active creator in the up-and-coming performance scene in Alamosa, and she is a life long dancer who will continue building her acting career post graduation.

Christopher Cates Jr. (he/him), Creator/Nigel on Bass: Chris lives in Alamosa, CO. He was born and raised in Albuquerque, NM and moved to finish his BA degree in theatre at Adams State University ('21). Chris has been making theatre since he was 16 and has loved every second of it. When he's not collaborating he likes to spend time writing ideas for new theatre performances and working out. He plans to soon move back to Albuquerque with his partner Gwen where they will continue to establish themselves as theatre artists. 

Kathylee Duran (she/her), Creator/Merch Girl: Kathylee is an actor and comedian. She is a graduate of the Adams State Theatre program ('21). Kathylee is currently working in Colorado and New Mexico on projects like FUCK YEAH, as well as, doing stand-up comedy and other theatre projects.

Gwen Garger (fluid), Creator/Nigel on Lead Vocals: Gwen has recently graduated with a BA (emphases in Performance, Design/Tech, and Creative Collaboration) from Adams State University's Theatre Program ('22). Gwen's most recent role has been Clytemnestra in the debut of Clyt; or, The Bathtub Play. Gwen is originally from St. Louis, attended university in Alamosa, and will be relocating to Albuquerque this fall. 

Hannah Eubanks (she/her), Co-Director/Designer/Creator/Nigel on Lead Guitar: Hannah is a full time theatre artist/part-time barista in the San Luis Valley. She recently graduated with a BA in Theatre from Adams State University ('21). When she's not pulling espresso, she can be found producing and directing work around the Sangre de Christo Mountains. 

george mcconnell (he/him), Co-Director/Designer/Creator: george is currently an Assistant Professor and the head of the Creative Collaboration Track for Adams State University's Theatre Department. He has shown his original devised work in New York, Chicago, Minneapolis, Baltimore, Tallahassee, Tucson, Alamosa, and now Denver. He's a leo. You can check out his website here: https://www.georgedavidmcconne...

Artistic. Brilliant. Disciplined. Fulfilling.

I saw this show in Alamosa and was immediately consumed by the emotional maelstrom of F**K YEAH! Everyone can connect to any part of this show. As a devised performance, those who watch will be consumed with the journey of returning a box of emotional sh*t and the power of what a song (Enya) does to a soul.
I didn't know I broke the band's heart, but once they rocked out their feelings, and tried to make out with me one last time, I understood. Our relationship was over. The show has so much grit. So much feeling. And it is bad ass. You will probably laugh a lot and cry a little, but the crying feels good. Seeing the original in Alamosa, Colorado outside Square Peg Brewery was a goddamn delight.
F**k Yea is totally punk. Hysterical and Heart Breaking. Don’t see it a**hole and you will miss out.
Saw this show once in Alamosa. Loved it so much that I showed up for the 2nd night so I could watch it again. I took me through the entire gambit of emotions: laughter, introspection, gratitude, sorrow. Highly recommend!
How fabulous that this show is coming to Denver! I was lucky to catch the show in Alamosa behind Square Peg Brewerks. This is a powerful piece that will make you feel all sorts of weird and awesome things. If you enjoyed Willow Pill’s Enya talent show performance on RuPaul’s Drag Race season 14 - you’ll love F_(c)KYeah! Don’t miss it!
I was lucky enough to see the first run of performances behind a bar in Alamosa, CO. My favorite part was that half of the crowd seemed to have no idea that the show was NOT actually a local rock show. That half of the audience was perplexed, but by mid-show the performers had turn them into SourMILF super-fans (or they wandered off confused).

The show navigates its conceit, a band that does not really play songs, really well, never dipping into tedium always iterating and elevating. The performances are often comedic, but each of the actors has impacting moments that are at times profound, heartbreaking, dadaist and sincere.

If you are lucky enough to see the show, I recommend going all in as an excited/raucous fan. This is not a show to sit quiet for.
What a great time! A modern day rock band rollercoaster of emotions. Full of sarcasm, deep thought, sadness, anger and so much laughter! It’s not hard to connect to Nigel and the box of shit he’s wanting/needing to return but still desperately hanging onto. Let’s face it, getting rid of that box really means the end and no matter how terrible the ride, endings are hard. Really hard. Thank God Enya is there to help!
Go and see F**K YEAH. Like seriously, do it!! The title says it all. The show has the punk vibe of a... '70s? '80's? '90's? fuck rock band that totally knows what they are doing and also has no idea what they are doing, and watching it all unfold is pure gold. So satisfying. Strong performance and strong direction keep it ticking along, and you lose yourself in the chaos and beauty of heartache, and rocking out, and fuck yeah. (Plus you get to yell back at the performers!) The evening was a blast and I can't recommend it enough. If you are wanting to see the good stuff, it's right here.

George McConnell's piece of devised theater realizes a level of absurdity through a fake band called 'SourMILF.' The audience is asked to contemplate seemingly random moments of on stage patter that eventually culminates to sincere depictions of heartbreak and loss.

What a great night! I will never think of Enya the same way again.

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Blake Street Tavern

2301 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205

Entrance: The main doors are well marked below the Blake Street Tavern sign

Parking: Parking is available in the lots on the west side and the north side of the building, and metered parking on the street

Accessibility: Accessible entrance through the back door of the Tailgate Room from the parking lot on the north side.

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show