Adam Carolla &
Doors at 7:00pm
Show at 8:00pm
911 Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98101
$30.75 - $45.75
(not including fees)
STG presents Adam Carolla & Dennis Prager on Saturday, December 1, 2012 at The Paramount Theatre in Seattle.
Veteran broadcasters Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager present an evening of funny and thought-provoking conversation. The two free-thinking talkers will discuss and debate topics as wide-ranging as the afterlife, welfare, parenting, politics, and pets. The 90+ minute performance will also include a Q&A with the audience where no topic is off limits. Fans of either Carolla or Prager, or just fans of stimulating conversation, are sure to enjoy this engaging program.
Adam Carolla is one of the most versatile men in Hollywood. The former host of his own syndicated radio program, Comedy Central’s The Man Show, and Loveline, Adam now hosts the most popular podcast on the internet. In 2011, The Adam Carolla Show was awarded ‘Most Downloaded Podcast’ by the official Guinness Book of World Records.
In 2010, Carolla added New York Times Bestseller to his resume with his collection of rants, In 50 Years We’ll All Be Chicks. His follow-up book, Not Taco Bell Material will hit shelves in June 2012. Carolla was recently seen living out his childhood dream hosting SPEED Channel’s The Car Show, and was also a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice this year.
Dennis Prager is one of America's most respected radio talk show hosts. He has been broadcasting on radio in Los Angeles since 1982. His popular show became nationally syndicated in 1999 and airs live, Monday through Friday, from his home station, KRLA. Widely sought after by television shows for his opinions, he's appeared on Larry King Live, Hardball, Hannity & Colmes, CBS Evening News, The Today Show and many others.
Prager is the author of a syndicated newspaper column and four books, including Happiness Is A Serious Problem (Los Angeles Times bestseller) and The Nine Questions People Ask About Judaism (translated into nearly a dozen languages). He was a Fellow at Columbia University's School of International Affairs, where he did graduate work at the Middle East and Russian Institutes. He has taught Russian and Jewish history, and was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to the Vienna Review Conference on the Helsinki Accords.