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Alton Brown brings live stage show to South Bend

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June 02, 2014

The information in this story was taken directly from a press release. For more information visit www.AltonBrownTour.com.

Alton Brown, renowned television personality and Iron Chef host, is taking his brand of quirky humor and culinary science on the road with the “Alton Brown Live! The Edible Inevitable Tour.”

Brown will appear at the Morris Performing Arts Center on Monday, November 3.

Recently named Best Food TV Personality at The Munchies, Brown’s tour promises to be an eventful evening of stand-up comedy, talk show antics, multimedia lecture, live music and food experimentation.

The show will offer an interactive component in which audience members will have the opportunity to serve as Brown’s trusted assistants on stage.

"I've been cultivating material for this show for about a decade so it'll feel pretty darned good to finally get it out of my head and onto a stage,“ Brown said in a press release. ”I feel we've come up with some pretty amazing food demos, and the multi-media segments are solid….but I do have to say I'm a bit nervous about the singing parts."

Tickets go on sale Friday, June 6, and are available at Morris Box Office, by phone at 235-9190 or 800-537-6415 or online at www.MorrisCenter.org. The Morris Box Office is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at 211 N. Michigan Street, South Bend.

Tickets can also be purchased by credit card at the Hammes Bookstore & Café located in Eddy Street Commons, South Bend; O’Brien Recreation Center, 321 E. Walter Street, South Bend; and TG Music, 123 S. Main Street, Goshen.

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