Opera House: "Jay & Silent Bob Get Old," 12/14

The Sheridan Arts Foundation presents a night of all-star comedy on Thursday, Dec. 14, 7 p.m. for the SHOW Bar; 8 p.m. for curtain. The show is “Jay and Silent Bob Get Old,” live at the Sheridan Opera House. Tickets are $40-$50 for reserved seats (plus the $4 ticketing fee). Tickets and information here or 970.728.6363 x5. Be there or be square.

The hilarious duo of Jay & Silent Bob perform live in Telluride.

Film icons Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes made history and fans all over the world with the characters Jay and Silent Bob from movies ranging from “Clerks” to “Mallrats,” “Chasing Amy,” “Dogma,” “Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back” and “Clerks 2.”

Now you can see them live recording their comedy podcast “Jay & Silent Bob Get Old.” This is what fans everywhere have been waiting for, an opportunity to see their comedic heroes on stage, doing what they love to do: telling stories.

Mewes is best known as the potty-mouthed vocal half of “Jay and Silent Bob,” the on-screen comedic duo who first appeared in Kevin Smith’s seminal 1994 indie film, the aforementioned “Clerks.”

Mewes would reprise the character five more times on the big screen between 1995 to 2006, becoming a sort of James Bond of mid-90s low-budget film, a fast talking, foul-mouthed, over-sexed (but ultimately harmless), very likable guy.

No two Jay & Bob shows are ever the same, but to put you in the mood, check out a performance from 2012:

The Sheridan Arts Foundation was founded in 1991 as a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization to preserve the historic Sheridan Opera House as an arts and cultural resource for the Telluride community, to bring quality arts and cultural events to Telluride and to provide local and national youth with access and

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Susan Viebrock

Susan Viebrock

Susan is Telluride Inside… and Out’s founder and editor-in-chief, the visionary on the team, in charge of content, concept and development. For 19+ years, Susan has covered Telluride’s cultural economy, which includes non-profits and special events. Much of her writing features high-profile individuals in the arts, entertainment, business, and politics. She is a former Citibank executive specializing in strategic planning and new business development, and a certified Viniyoga instructor.

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