Thursday, August 15, 2013

Jerry Seinfeld to Perform at the Cowan Center

Every year, the Cowan Center on the UT Tyler Campus holds a set of special events that tend to draw a big crowd.  Last year, the big-ticket seller was the set of shows performed by the Blue Man Group.  In years past, President George W. Bush included UT Tyler into his lecture tour, we have had performances from Huey Lewis and the News, and extremely popular Broadway musicals and plays have graced the Cowan stage.  This fall, however, the Cowan Center has outdone itself. 

The Mystery Special Event for the Cowan Center was recently announced, and we now know that on October 24th, Jerry Seinfeld will be performing his famous stand-up routine for UT Tyler Students and the rest of the broader community.  Known to be one of the most relatable comedians in American history, Jerry Seinfeld is best known for observational humor, often discussing personal relationships that he has with family, friends, and co-workers, as well as discussing uncomfortable social obligations.  He is internationally renowned for his comedic talents, and having him perform at the Cowan Center is nothing short of an honor.

Jerry Seinfeld is best known for his portrayal of himself in the sitcom Seinfeld, which he co-created and co-wrote with Larry David, another famous American comedian.  The show ran from 1988 to 1998, and is still highly regarded as one of the best written television shows of all time.  It was from this sitcom that Jerry Seinfeld rose to prominence, and he is still regarded today as a powerhouse comedian.

If you have never seen Jerry Seinfeld perform, let alone seen the show Seinfeld, now is the perfect opportunity to see him in person.  The show at the Cowan Center is on October 24th, 2013 at 7PM  and tickets go on sale on August 19th.  Remember to check the Cowan Center website for ticket sale information.  Be sure to take part in this exciting opportunity hosted by the UT Tyler Cowan Center!  

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