Venue Details

96 Star Starred
The Hanover Theatre
at Main St 2 Southbridge Street Worcester, MA 01608
877-571-7469
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Member Tips

Ellen G.
Park at the Municipal lot for free rather than paying at the garage.
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I wish I'd known about the free parking. Alas, the garage was only $10 so it wasn't terrible.
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I checked the website for restaurant recommendations, but could not find any.
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We ended up at a Chinese restaurant about a block away, which was very good.
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We had on jeans and saw many people in suits or at least slacks.
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The Hanover Theatre is old world elegance, but you could dress comfortably in smart casual.
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attended Mar 29 2011

First: The Hanover Theatre is gorgeous. The renovations make you feel like you are in the heart of Boston or NYC's theatre district. The staff is friendly (always a... continued

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attended Mar 29 2011

I "loved" this event as I would for anything that involves Steve Martin. He's one of my favorite celebrities and a vastly accomplished and talented performer. I laughed a... continued

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6 stars
attended Mar 29 2011

For Steve Martin fans, it was great to hear about the process of how he became who he is today. Other than the larger than life talent he possesses (which he denied), he... continued

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Website

http://www.thehanovertheatre.org/shows/showDetail.php?showID=302

Quotes & Highlights

Learn more about Steve Martin and what he’s up to at his website.

Description

In this event, the first U.S. appearance of its kind, Martin will talk at length, impromptu, before a live audience. The evening’s conversation will be led by a moderator and will include a Q&A segment where audience members will have an opportunity to engage with one of the greatest entertainers of our time in an enjoyable and intimate audience-interactive format. Come with your questions and share in the fun with one of the country’s most loved and respected performers.

The star of “Shop Girl,” “Cheaper by the Dozen,” “Parenthood,” “The Jerk,” “Roxanne,” and countless other hits, has had an extremely busy and fruitful 2010. Martin has toured the country behind his 2010 Grammy award-winning bluegrass album The Crow/New Songs for the Five-String Banjo. He will release a new album titles “Rare Bird Alert” in 2011 on Rounder Records. His second children’s book was released on September 8th. In Late for School, Martin and illustrator C.F. Payne team up to tell the story of the adventure, danger, and laughs of the journey going to school. Enclosed is a CD of Martin on banjo and vocals, singing the book’s story with a bluegrass twist.

For his adult audience, Martin’s latest novel An Object of Beauty was just released November 23rd. Martin tells the story of a young, captivating, and ambitious young woman who takes the NYC art world by storm. In 2011, we can look forward to the movie “The Big Year” co-starring Owen Wilson and Jack Black. Martin plays a member of a group of avid bird watchers competing to spot the rarest birds in North America in an annual esteemed event.

A Conversation with Steve Martin is the audience’s ultimate chance to hear the stories and ask questions of one of the most diversified performers in the entertainment industry today.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Hanover Theatre

The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts seeks to create a vibrant cultural destination, bringing world-class theater, music and entertainment events to central Massachusetts.