Waiting list for last minute tickets available
WARREN MILLER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Internationally renowned vocal artist and comedian Reggie Watts will perform before a sold-out audience at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center on Friday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m. Watts, whose comic and musical versatility shines regularly on late night TV, grew up and attended high school in Great Falls, Montana. Watts studied jazz at Cornish College of the Arts in the early ‘90s and began his performance career in the Seattle area.
Watts brings to the WMPAC stage the evolution of his musical and artistic genius. His TED Talk, “Beats that Defy Boxes” has been viewed over 8 million times. In his solo performances, Watts uses his formidable voice, looping pedal technology and vast imagination to blend and blur the lines between music and comedy.
Given the widespread demand for Watts to appear live, this is the show that John Zirkle, artistic director of the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center, is most surprised to be able to present.
“I’m still pinching myself thinking that we actually got Reggie Watts to agree to come,” Zirkle said.
Although Watts’ performance is officially sold out, you may join a waiting list for last minute tickets by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, number of tickets requested, email address and phone number.
For more information visit warrenmillerpac.org.
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