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Artist Bios


Christie Buchele is an accomplished standup comic from Denver, Colorado. Making a name for herself by sharing the heart-wrenching and hilariously raw realities of being a woman with a disability, Christie has been featured on Viceland’s, Flophouse; Hidden America with Jonah Ray; Laughs on Fox; First Look on NBC. Christie has performed on Limestone Comedy Festival in Bloomington, Denver's own High Plains Comedy Festival and 208 in Boise. She starred in and wrote for the Project DU film Scary Lucy which has won multiple awards at film festivals around the country. As Director of Stand-Up at Rise Comedy Theater in Denver Colorado, Christie empowers young comics to hit the stage running and tell their stories with confidence.

Christie has been described as "Brave" for leaving the house in that body. Christie's comedy has been described as "funny despite what she talks about..." and "Uncomfortable…" by Christie's mom. She was chosen to open up for the likes Josh Blue, Marc Maron and David Cross.

Christie co-hosted a witty relationship advice podcast, Empty Girlfriend, which earned best Comedy Podcast by Westword Magazine and best Podcast for Sexpot Comedy in 2017. As one third of the Denver Comedy powerhouse, The Pussy Bros, Christie reps the Mile High City hard while crushing audiences with a wry, biting style that’s a bit sweet, and a little bit surly; proving time and again you can say almost anything with a smile on your face and a gimp in your step.


Anyone who has ever had the privilege of meeting Jeffrey Marshall would say that he is probably one of the most unique people you will ever meet. He has already lived a lifetime, and his soul’s purpose is to share that with people from all walks of life.

Born three months premature and with a severe disability, he was given a very low chance of survival. Jeffrey was given up for adoption and six weeks later was introduced to the Marshall family. His new family showered him with love and affection as if he was their own, and Jeffrey was destined to live.

Jeffrey always wanted to play music and began practicing bass guitar with his high school buddies after school. From the moment he touched the instrument, he knew playing music would be something that he would do for the rest of his life. Jeffrey quickly became, "the guy that plays the bass guitar with his feet."

Jeffrey continues to work on film and music projects, as well as doing public speaking engagements throughout America, Europe, and Asia. Even with everything Jeffrey has accomplished in his life, if you ask him if he plans to slow down in the future, he simply replies, “I’ve only just begun!”


Combining humor, playfulness, radical political perspectives, compassion and undeniable musical chops, Wheelchair Sports Camp is Denver's biggest smallest band.

Fronted by the wheelchair using, rap heavy, beat-making, freedom fighting producer, educator, foul mouthed, queer rebel rouser Kalyn, the band is a combination of live and electronic instruments with a more noisy, jazzy, experimental, combination to the traditional hip-hop group. Raised by the DIY (Do It Yourself) spirit of experimental independence, the band has since relied on interdependence in order to stretch into theatre, performance art, public television, politics, prison tours, permanent installations, and more to come.