Ira Glass Tickets
Ira Glass is a multifaceted artist who acquires a very special place in live entertainment. He is an American showbiz and public figure with regards to his national television and radio shows. Glass hosts and also produces these shows and regularly appears as a guest or as a part of other hit shows on television and radio. As a showbiz personality Ira Glass has cemented a very positive image and is regarded as an influential personality. His presentation of the This American Life makes this television show a highly rated and watched show featuring all aspect of an American’s life.
Ira Glass Venues
- Ira Glass Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
- Ira Glass Balboa Theatre
- Ira Glass Hoyt Sherman Auditorium
- Ira Glass Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
- Ira Glass Luther Burbank Center for the Arts - Ruth Finley Person Theater
Ira Glass Cities
- Ira Glass Des Moines IA
- Ira Glass Houston TX
- Ira Glass Portland OR
- Ira Glass San Diego CA
- Ira Glass Santa Rosa CA
Ira Glass Tickets
- Ira Glass, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall tickets for 06/10 07:30 PM at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, OR
- Sat Jun 10 2017
- Ira Glass, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts - Ruth Finley Person Theater tickets for 08/26 08:00 PM at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts Ruth Finley Person Theater, Santa Rosa, CA
- Sat Aug 26 2017
- Ira Glass, Balboa Theatre tickets for 08/27 02:00 PM at Balboa Theatre, San Diego, CA
- Sun Aug 27 2017
- Ira Glass, Hoyt Sherman Auditorium tickets for 09/16 07:30 PM at Hoyt Sherman Auditorium, Des Moines, IA
- Sat Sep 16 2017
From early adolescence Ira Glass was a very active high school dramatics student. At that time he also wrote jokes for Johnny Walker who would air them on radio. Ira Glass carried his love for public presentation and talks to college wherein, he became a part of the performing theater. While still at college he landed at the National Public Radio's headquarters. This internship at the NPR Washington marked the beginning of his thirty year long career with radio. He even pursued formal university level training in semiotics to later comeback to NPR. As a part of the NPR team he trained and became an active reporter and also hosted numerous shows. From his debut show as host Joe Frank’s he was able to host a line of other shows that include, Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Talk of the Nation. His personal favorite and an inspiration for the American Life show remains The Wild Room. This show featured Ira Glass as a co-host but was meant to cater to the interests of every man who is American in the heart and soul. The Wild Room managed to capture huge following since its outreach was very impressive and the underlying theme, very simple and appealing. The experiences gained in the Wild Room were intellectually and emotionally rewarding for Ira Glass and allowed him to pursue radio with a goal and vision of speaking to public without hurting anyone. He also aimed to bring an average American with an unrecognized talent and skill to public through this show. However, he decided to take this idea a step further on his signature venture This American Life. This American Life became Ira Glass’ baby in 1995. As a host and producer of this WBEZ show Ira Glass became its proud owner and representative. With almost two decades of smooth running This American Life has become an integral part of American radio audiences. The show reaches about two million listeners and also wins almost fifty minutes of average listening time every week. These statistics advocate the commercial success of This American Life and Ira Glass as a public presenter who has identified with This American life and an American like none other. Ira Glass became the owner of the Edward R. Murrow Award for Outstanding Contributions to Public Radio in 2005. Another prestigious mark on Ira Glass’ portfolio is the George Polk Award in Radio Reporting for Very Tough Love. This pilot project was not the first investigative report conducted by Glass, however, its impact on the civil society and the system remains farfetched. The immense popularity of This American Life called for an incarnation for television. Ira Glass took this show to television in 2007 following a half-hour format spanning thirteen episodes for over two season until 2009. Apart from this Ira Glass appeared on other show like The Late Show, The Colbert Report, TBTL, Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Adam Carolla's podcast, Drunk Show at the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, WTF Live with Marc Maron, and The Simpsons episode called Elementary School Musical. All these radio and television presentations saw Ira Glass coming every time to host and participate with an aim. The aim has focused always on the public and has meaningfully delivered substantial contribution at the social level. Ira Glass was a man whose purposeful career pivoted on public relief and uplift. However, Glass never drifted from the subtleness of a sensitive artist. He has always Ira Glass has invested thirty years of his life for public doing live show. Ira Glass tickets bring him in a live session with his audiences, where he talks his heart out on the most prevalent issues, thought provoking incidents and shocking stories. Ira Glass tickets present a inciting show that reflect American life as it. Ira Glass tickets invite all to come and experience a story highlighting life in the most effective and light hearted manner. Enjoy!
Ira Glass Schedule
Some of the best theatre productions have released their schedules. Ira Glass will run at the venues from 10-Jun-17 until 16-Sep-17. Upcoming show will be staged at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland; whereas the last one will be held at the Hoyt Sherman Auditorium, Des Moines. For the complete list of dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Ira Glass||Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall||Portland, OR||Sat Jun 10 201706/10 07:30 PM|
|Ira Glass||Luther Burbank Center for the Arts - Ruth Finley Person Theater||Santa Rosa, CA||Sat Aug 26 201708/26 08:00 PM|
|Ira Glass||Balboa Theatre||San Diego, CA||Sun Aug 27 201708/27 02:00 PM|
|Ira Glass||Hoyt Sherman Auditorium||Des Moines, IA||Sat Sep 16 201709/16 07:30 PM|
|Ira Glass||Jones Hall for the Performing Arts||Houston, TX||Sat May 12 201805/12 07:30 PM|
Ira Glass Tickets Prices
The average price for Ira Glass Tickets start from $100. The minimum get in price is $50 for Ira Glass Tickets at the Balboa Theatre, San Diego. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Ira Glass||Santa Rosa||26-Aug-17||$205||$150|
|Ira Glass||San Diego||27-Aug-17||$100||$50|
|Ira Glass||Des Moines||16-Sep-17||$137||$63|
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