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AUGUST 14, 2017
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Lexington, MA – Spectacle Management is proud to present An Evening with Peter Sagal on Saturday, November 25 at 7:30pm at Lexington’s Cary Memorial Hall. Join fellow Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! fans as Peter takes you behind the scenes of America's Funniest Radio Program to explore the show's beginnings, some of its more memorable moments, and a look at today's news stories. The discussion will be followed by an audience driven Q&A. Tickets for An Evening with Peter Sagal on Saturday, November 25 at 7:30pm are $39-$69 and go on sale Friday, August 18 at 10am at www.caryhalllexington.com or by calling 617-531-1257.
AN EVENING WITH PETER SAGAL
As the host of National Public Radio’s Wait Wait ... Don’t Tell Me!, Peter Sagal is heard by more than 3 million people every week, broadcast on 450 public radio stations nationwide and via a popular podcast. The show received the prestigious Peabody Award in 2008, the same year it celebrated its 10th Anniversary. The hour long show has captivated news junkies across the country with its lighthearted approach to current events, and has become the biggest and most beloved weekend radio phenomenon since A Prairie Home Companion.
Sagal has traveled all around the country with Wait Wait..., playing to sold-out theaters from Seattle to Miami. An adept moderator, Sagal is the perfect emcee, able to apply his quick wit to esoteric company stories, weaving jokes for an uproarious and unforgettable evening. Whether providing insightful, colorful commentary on current events or a behind-the-scenes peek at the funniest show on radio, Sagal never fails to inform and entertain.
Tickets for An Evening with Peter Sagal on Saturday, November 25 at 7:30pm are $39-$69 and go on sale Friday, August 18 at 10am at www.caryhalllexington.com or by calling 617-531-1257.
CARY MEMORIAL HALL
The Cary Memorial Building is a historic structure located in Lexington Center at 1605 Massachusetts Avenue. The Cary Memorial Building, named for Isaac Harris Cary, was built in 1928 with a donation from his two daughters. The Colonial styled building, with its grand auditorium, has provided the community with a year-round site for musical programming and popular events for eighty years and is home to the Lexington Symphony. The building is handicapped accessible, and is fully air-conditioned.www.caryhalllexington.com
Spectacle Management is a full-service booking, marketing and promotion company with offices in Boston and Lexington. For more information, please contact Pete Lally, email@example.com and 617-531-1257. www.spectacleshows.com
Lexington’s Cary Memorial Hall
Tickets On Sale Friday at 10am