Venue Details

670 Star Starred
Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
615 Louisiana Street Houston, TX 77002
713-227-3974
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Good luck trying to find a parking place on the streets. Most parking around Jones Hall is still almost non-existent, and if you see a street where you think you can park, check carefully to see if the meter station has a "hood" over it. If it does, don't risk getting a $75 parking ticket.
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2 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 19 2011

I adore David Sedaris and had been dying to see him for years. Unfortunately, living in Austin for many of those years, his talks sold out in a heartbeat to State Theater members before the public could get their hands on them, so I was ecstatic...continued

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attended Apr 19 2011

It was just what I expected it to be, maybe even better. How genius of him to feature those four High School for the Performing Arts jazz musicians in his intro, encouraging audience members to put something in the kitty. Saying he already had...continued

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Website

http://www.spahouston.org/CalendarDetail.aspx?event=55#tickets

Quotes & Highlights

Visit David Sedaris’ "website. ":http://literati.net/Sedaris/index.htm

Description

David Sedaris, an SPA favorite, returns to Houston to dish out his trademark satire in hilarious doses, reading from new and unpublished works. Sedaris slices through cultural euphemisms and political correctness with social critiques that have made him one of America’s preeminent humor writers. Best-selling author, playwright, and often heard on This American Life on Public Radio International, “David Sedaris just may be the funniest man alive,” says Time Out New York.

About the Ticket Supplier: Society for the Performing Arts

Society for the Performing Arts is the largest nonprofit presenting organization of its kind in the entire Southwest. Each year SPA presents internationally acclaimed artists from the entire performing arts spectrum, traditional to avant-garde alike, from large orchestras and dance companies to recitalists and solo performers, for an entire season of events.