David Sedaris Atlanta Symphony Hall Tickets
He is one hilarious man. Humorist and Grammy nominated writer David Sedaris is on road making a pit stop in your city with his David Sedaris Atlanta Symphony Hall show. David Sedaris is an American bestselling author, comedian and radio contributor. David is on tour again for the promotion of the latest collection of his short stories, written in 2010, A Modest Bestiary, Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk. With keen social critiques and sarcastic wit, he has turned out to be one of the greatest humor writers in America. A great ability with which he cuts through political correctness and cultural euphemisms proves that Davis is one of the most vigilant authors, speaking about the human condition today.
This writer who has been illustrated as "The Rock Star of Writers" was publicly known in 1992 when National Public Radio broadcasted ‘SantaLand Diaries’, an essay written by him. His first compilation of short stories and essays Barrel Fever was published in 1994. His five other essay collections Holidays on Ice, Naked, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, Me Talk Pretty One Day, and When You Are Engulfed in Flames are best sellers of New York Times. He has contributed approximately forty articles to The New Yorker blog and magazine, some of which are; Old Faithful, Dentist Without Borders, and What I Learned. He has been successful enough to sell 7 million copies of his books by 2008. Much of David’s humor is self-deprecating and autobiographical. He frequently incorporates his middle class family life, Greek heritage, education, various jobs, and drug use. So get your David Sedaris Atlanta Symphony Hall tickets now.