Texas Tech to Host ‘An Evening with David Sedaris’ on October 30th
I love David Sedaris. "Essayist and satirist" might not sound like the most lovable thing on Earth, but Sedaris is so hilarious, so accessible, so real, that his essays read like eating popcorn. You reach the bottom of the bowl, or the end of the book, before you can even notice how much you've taken in.
I'm most of the way through his latest offering, Calypso, a collection of essays that are highly personal, very funny and heartwarming. Sedaris deals with family, death, getting older and so much more with finesse and grace. It's a beautiful book.
Here are the details on how you can attend this event on the Texas Tech University campus:
In this [Wednesday] evening's presentation, Mr. Sedaris will read from new and unpublished work. Please note that some material will include adult themes and language.
“Sedaris ain't the preeminent humorist of his generation by accident.” -Whitney Pastorek, Entertainment Weekly
Book signing following presentation
LOCATION & PARKING: Allen Theatre in the Student Union Building, 15th & Akron on the TTU campus. Parking is available free for ticket holders south of the SUB in the “band lot” R11 starting at 5:30 PM.
TICKETS: Tickets are general admission $20; $85 for the entire season. Call 806.770.2000 or visit selectaseatlubbock.com. TTU students get a free ticket/valid student ID at the east info desk at the Texas Tech University Allen Theater in the Student Union Building 1 month prior to the show.