Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, 1212 Cathedral St, Baltimore, MD 21201, Baltimore, United States
Baltimore MD An Evening with David Sedaris
WYPR 88.1FM presents an evening with David Sedaris!
The David Sedaris event that is currently scheduled for October 3, 2020 has been rescheduled to October 14, 2021. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate these uncertain times.
David Sedaris, author of the previous bestsellers 'Naked,' 'Me Talk Pretty One Day,' 'Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim,' and regular National Public Radio contributor will be appearing for one night only at Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall on October 14 at 7:30pm, following the release of his newest book & New York Times #1 Best Seller, 'Calypso.'
This is a unique opportunity to see the best-selling humorist in an intimate setting. As always, Sedaris will be offering a selection of all-new readings and recollections, as well as a Q&A session and book signing.
With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, Sedaris has become one of America’s pre-eminent humor writers. The great skill with which he slices through cultural euphemisms and political correctness proves that Sedaris is a master of satire and one of the most observant writers addressing the human condition today.
David Sedaris returns to the road following the release of his most deeply personal and darkly hilarious collection, 'Calypso.' Sedaris sets his formidable powers of observation toward middle age and mortality. Make no mistake: these stories are very, very funny-it’s a book that can make you laugh ’til you snort, the way only family can. Sedaris’s powers of observation have never been sharper, and his ability to shock readers into laughter unparalleled. But much of the comedy here is born out of that vertiginous moment when your own body betrays you and you realize that the story of your life is made up of more past than future.
If you love David Sedaris’s cheerfully misanthropic stories, you might think you know what you’re getting into at his live readings. You’d be wrong. To see him read his own work on stage allows his autobiographical narrative to reveal a uniquely personal narrative that will keep you laughing throughout the evening.