Thank You So Much For Coming

You are cordially invited… Cynthia, the ultimate party host, is in the midst of throwing her most fabulous party ever! A hilarious, immersive one-woman character clown show that explores loneliness, femininity, and the pressure to be seen. Playful, absurd and unhinged, Cynthia wrestles with desire and disgust at the prospect of being loved and known in a world filled with ubiquitous, yet too often empty, encounters. A delightful descent into pure madness! Awards: Best Immersive (TVO Awards), Best of Broadwater (Hollywood Fringe). “A beautifully surreal show with an extraordinary performance.” (Noho Arts).

55 minutes
Comedy, Immersive, Theatre
Ironton Distillery Gallery
3636 Chestnut Pl, Denver, CO 80216

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Alex Kern (she/her) is an actor, writer, comedian, and clown from Cleveland, Ohio. Her award-winning solo character/clown show, “Thank You So Much for Coming” premiered this past summer at the Hollywood Fringe Festival to sold out audiences. (Awards: Best Immersive (TVO Awards), Best of Broadwater). Her short films and original series (the critically acclaimed “SingleDumb” and “Pawla Dean’s White House Kitchen”) have screened at The Cleveland International Film Festival, Palm Springs International Comedy Festival, Los Angeles Animation Festival, and more. Her acting and writing work has been featured in numerous outlets, some of which include: HULU, Vulture, New York Magazine, and Vanity Fair. Alex trained at The New Actor’s Workshop (NYC) under the guidance of Mike Nichols before focusing on comedy (The Groundlings, The Upright Citizen’s Brigade, The Second City) but identifies most as a clown (The Idiot Workshop, The Clown School). In her comedy, Alex is interested in the risk of losing the logical and luxuriating in the joy of the moment. 


Natasha Mercado (she/her) is an actress, director, producer, writer, and theatre arts educator. She moved to Los Angeles, became a clown and the rest is history. You can see her on Adult Swim, Amazon, HBO, TVS, and stages across LA. Her love for comedy started with improv and in 2020, she created “Send in the Clowns,” the first monthly clown show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. Currently, she’s touring her award-winning solo show “Tree”— which was called “one of LA’s Top Ten Shows” by Stage Raw and “a must see” by the Times Colonist. She has also led workshops across the country for people interested in exploring techniques that implement vulnerability, physicality, and wholeheartedness to give their performance a unique edge.”

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Ironton Distillery Gallery

3636 Chestnut Pl, Denver, CO 80216

Entrance: The main entrance is on Chestnut Place.

Accessibility: The patio and entrance to the venue can be accessed from the street via a ramp

Parking: Limited free street parking along Chestnut Pl and 36th St; Catalyst parking garage at 3508 Delgany St

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