Shatner’s World: Half-comedy routine and half-memoir

. January 2, 2016.

Shakespeare, Star Trek, Boston Legal, hit singles, The Priceline Negotiator – William Shatner has been everywhere and done everything during a 60-plus year career in show business. Now the actor most famous for his role as Captain Kirk returns to the area to discuss it all in his one-man show, Shatner’s World. Half-comedy routine and half-memoir, the 84-year-old Shatner will walk the audience through a career spent entertaining people with his trademark enthusiasm and distinctive, halting, style.

Sunday, January 24
$45-$60
Sound Board, 2901 Grand River Ave., Detroit
313-309-4614 | soundboarddetroit.com

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