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In "Half A Star," Michael Perry draws on the worst reviews of his career to take the audience on a hilarious, heartfelt, and unvarnished journey through a life in the arts as seen mostly from behind the windshield of a used van. Perry is a New York Times bestselling (#21 for ONE WEEK) author, humorist, playwright, singer/songwriter, and radio host from New Auburn, Wisconsin. Tickets are $20 and available here.
Come see Mike share his humor and stories at the Pleasant Prairie Historical Society's "Night of Comedy" fundraiser for the Pleasant Prairie History Museum at Dublin School. Volunteers and local businesses have been renovating the Dublin School for a local museum and community gathering space since 2013, with a planned opening in August, 2020. This "Giving and Laughter what more are you after?" dinner and live auction fundraiser will help to pay for museum exhibit designs and preparation. Kenosha Country…
A Flambeau Valley Arts Association event. Come out to the Worden Avenue Exchange to hear New York Times Bestselling author Mike share his humor and stories. Book signing and sales to follow.
A LuCille Tack Center for the Arts event. Known for his hilarious and heartfelt live performances, New York Times bestselling author, humorist and musician Michael Perry presents an evening of stories and songs drawn from his working class background (raised by Wisconsin farmers, loggers and truckers), accidental book and songwriting career, and life on the road in a used van full of musicians. The first half of this show will feature Perry in humorist mode; after intermission he will be…
Join the Shawano County Library as Michael Perry, New York Times Bestselling Author of Population 485 and Truck: A Love Story shares how he became a writer, his process, and answers your general questions during a Q & A session. And if you've seen Perry before, you know it'll be an evening filled with laughter.