Keillor & Company with Prudence Johnson and Dan Chouinard. A performance of classic love songs, poetry, The News from Lake Wobegon, and a conversation about Why You Should Go On Getting Older
March 4 in Kent, OH Keillor & Company with Prudence Johnson and Dan Chouinard. A performance of classic love songs, poetry, The News from Lake Wobegon, and a conversation about Why You Should Go On Getting Older
Garrison Keillor comes to The Avalon Theatre in Easton, MD for an Evening of poetry, Sing-alongs and the News from Lake Wobegon. Tickets $60
Garrison Keillor and the Hopeful Gospel Quartet come to The Wayne Theatre for an Evening of poetry, gospel, sing-alongs and the News from Lake Wobegon. 7:00PM
High Point, NC
Garrison Keillor and the Hopeful Gospel Quartet come to the High Point Theatre for an Evening of poetry, gospel, sing-alongs and the News from Lake Wobegon. 7:30 PM
Sunday, February 6, 2022
GARRISON KEILLOR TONIGHT
Poetry, News from Lake Wobegon and Sing-Alongs
**The Avalon Foundation requires each tickets holder to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination (your completed COVID-19 vaccination card, copy of your card, or official digital card) OR a negative COVID-19 test (taken within 72 hours of the performance), and a corresponding photo ID, along with a valid ticket, in order to gain access to the theatre.**
Garrison Keillor did A Prairie Home Companion for forty years, wrote fiction and comedy, invented a town called Lake Wobegon where all the children are above average, even though he himself grew up evangelical in a small separatist flock where all the children expected the imminent end of the world.
Since Prairie Home signed off, he has written a memoir (That Time of Year: A Minnesota Life), two novels (The Lake Wobegon Virus and soon-to-be-published Boom Town), and Living with Limericks, a collection that poet Billy Collins called “an inventive pastiche, which entertains, charms, reveals, then entertains some more.” In addition, there is The Writer’s Almanac (a daily podcast of poetry and historical interest pieces), a weekly column, and other writing — available via Substack.
He and his wife, Jenny Lind Nilsson, live in Minneapolis, not far from the YMCA where he was sent for swimming lessons at age 12 after his cousin drowned, and he skipped the lessons and went to the public library instead and to a radio studio to watch a noontime show with singers and a band. Thus, our course in life is set.