written by: Tony Gill
Spend an eclectic evening with J. Peterman.
Who wouldn’t love to spend an evening with J. Peterman? I don’t mean the actual John Peterman of the retail clothing and fashion company, but the exquisite Seinfeld creation who once described his neck as a “gargantuan monkey fist.” Well here’s your chance. The one and only John O’Hurley is coming to the DeJoria Center on Feb. 10 for his one-man show, A Man With Standards.
It’s a 90-minute retrospective on The Great American Songbook, which is a collection of the most influential popular and jazz songs from the early 20th century. The music is accompanied by musings from a career that spanned appearances as an unforgettable sitcom character on the world’s number-one syndicated television show and King Arthur in Broadway productions of Monty Python’s Spamalot to stints as a New York Times best-selling author and a Billboard chart-topping composer.
Tickets for A Man With Standards start at $40. The 21+ show begins at 8 p.m. and tickets are available by calling the DeJoria Center box office or by visiting smithstix.com. At the very least, it’s worth seeing the show to offer O’Hurley kudos “on a job…done.”
970 UT-32, Kamas, 435-783-3525, dejoriacenter.com
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