SGN - Seattle Gay News - Page 27 - David Sedaris returns to Seattle for 8 shows January 5-11 - Friday, December 22, 2017 - Volume 45 Issue 51
Hear Sedaris see from his newest assay collecting Calypso - to be discharged in June 2018 st. david Sedaris returns to Seattle, one of his favorite cities, from January 5-11. For 7 consecutive evenings and one matinee, Sedaris will delight Seattle audiences with workshop readings from his soon-to-be-published attempt postulation Calypso at the street Performance Hall. The internal 295-seat surround allows audience members to be up-close-and-personal with Sedaris as he polishes the last draft and answers questions from the audience.
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