January is Art-Centric
The Seth Show continues onward, right in the midst of the first season’s 24 (almost every) Tuesday run. Check out what’s next:
Jan 13 >>>>> Mental Illness and the Performing Artist. The High Cost and Low Mood of Emotional Stereotypes and Economic Realities.
Jan 20 >>>>> The Creative Economy. Redefining and hijacking creativity with rhetoric spin. How municipalities and big gov are exploiting the already exploited.
Jan 27 >>>>> Nonprofit, My Ass. The mythology of the tax deductible art savior gets served.
“Lepore defies any stereotype. Is he a comic? A performance artist? An actor? Something else altogether? The correct answers are yes, yes, yes, and yes.” -MassLive
Get your tickets here.
Want a flex pass to the season? Cool. You can get a Full Seth Share (24 shows) or Half Seth Share (12 shows). Right now they’re super cheap at $3.75 a show instead of the at-the-door price of $5 so lock in now!
Watching from somewhere other than Western MA? Watch Nonprofit , My Ass on Tuesday Jan 27th at 7:00 PM EST here:
More about the show itself…
An (almost) weekly live show of observational satire on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM at the Eastworks event space in lovely Easthampton, MA. Starts October 7th 2014!
Tangential to specific, absurd to sincere, fictional to facty.
Lepore has been called “Part Friedrich Nietzsche, part Jim Carrey” and he’ll be using his rubber-face and unique cultural observations to create a live experience unlike anything else happening in the Pioneer Valley.
Every week will be a different and unique show built on audience suggestions, timely pop culture fascinations and Seth’s encyclopedic mind, as well as his lightspeed and chameleon-like character switching abilities. If anyone can make an audience howl one moment and think deeply the next, it’s this guy.