Last chance to get serious about getting your tickets to hear humorist, writer David Sedaris

If you’re serious about humor, you’ll want to be sure and get your ticket to “An Evening with David Sedaris” Monday, Nov. 19, starting at 8 p.m. And if the bestselling author and humorist is still new to you, check out some of the quirky stories he read on NPR. Or enjoy this video introduction to one of his most recent books, Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk.

Tickets for this public event are on sale now at $55 for preferred seating and $40 for the general public. Student tickets are $10.  Call the Chapman box office at 714-628-2750 for more information, or visit the The Distinguished Writer Series website. A book signing will follow his talk. Books will be on sale at the event, or  attendees are welcome to bring Sedaris books previously purchased elsewhere.

Sedaris is the author of several books and unforgettable essays heard on NPR, including the legendary piece about his stint as a holiday elf at Macy’s. Sedaris’ pieces appear regularly in The New Yorker and have twice been included in “The Best American Essays.”

Dawn Bonker

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