Friday, September 28, 2007

Kevin Kling at Fitzgerald Theater October 2

Time: Tuesday, October 2, 2007 7:00 PM

Fitzgerald Theater, 10 East Exchange St., St. Paul, MN 55101

Tickets at the Fitzgerald Box Office- 651-290-1221.

Humorist and playwright, Kevin Kling, best known for his story-telling on NPR's All Things Considered, reads from his first book, The Dog Says How, which includes the best of those NPR pieces as well as new essays.

Kling first became known to a Twin Cities audience in the 1990s for his plays "21A," about a Minneapolis bus route, and "Fear and Loving in Minneapolis." Since then his one-person and autobiographical plays have been seen from The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis all the way to Sydney and Perth Australia.

See Kling's full bio here.

And come enjoy a night with a man who the Guthrie's Artistic Director Joe Dowling calls "one of the most beloved members of our theater community," and celebrate his long-awaited much-anticipated first book, The Dog Says How, at the Fitzgerald Theater on October 2.

Also, come by Common Good Books for a signed copy of Garrison Keillor's new novel, Pontoon. These are obviously selling quickly, so hurry in.

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