A Matinee with David Sedaris
David Sedaris, author of the previous bestsellers Calypso, Naked, Me Talk Pretty One Day, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, and regular National Public Radio contributor will be appearing for a special matinee performance following the release of his newest books The Best of Me and A Carnival of Snackery.
This is a unique opportunity to see the best-selling humorist in an intimate setting. As always, Sedaris will be offering a selection of all-new readings and recollections, as well as a Q&A session and book signing at the event, courtesy of RJ Booksellers.
Show Running Time
Approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.
Book signing takes please one hour before show time and immediately following the performance.
How Do I Print My Tickets At Home?
The print at home tickets will arrive in a separate email from firstname.lastname@example.org. This usually comes 5-10 minutes after the order confirmation email, and it will have the tickets attached as a PDF file. Be sure to print all pages if there are multiple tickets in the order.
Because of the attachment from an unknown email, it can sometimes be filtered as spam or junk, so we suggest checking those folders. If the email with the tickets doesn’t arrive after 24 hours, contact the Shubert Ticket Office at 203-562-5666, and they can re-send it or have the tickets held at the Box Office for you.
Please Read Our Health & Safety Guidelines
In consideration of the health and well-being of patrons, artists, volunteers, and staff - the following health and safety policy will be in effect until further notice:
FULL COVID-19 VACCINATION: will be required for patrons, as well as staff, volunteers, performers, backstage crew, and all others entering the Shubert Theatre.
IF UNVACCINATED: please bring proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 48 hours, per the shows request, of the performance start time.
FACE MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL regardless of vaccination status, while inside the building, except while actively eating or drinking. A properly worn mask completely covers the nose and mouth, is secured to the head, and fits snugly against the side of the face.