Jason Alexander on Sunday Night
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Jason Alexander had the world in stitches as the very popular, and very neurotic, George Costanza across nine successful seasons of Seinfeld.
On Sunday Night, reporter PJ Madam sits down with Alexander to discover the secrets behind the classic sitcom, including what really happened to the Soup Nazi. Quirky phrases like “double dipping” and “shrinkage” entered the lexicon thanks to Seinfeld - but what happens when Madam asks about being the “master of your domain”?
Seinfeld aside, Alexander has carved out a thirty-year career as an acclaimed actor, singer, comedian and director. But life hasn’t always been easy - in this in-depth chat, he reveals the childhood heartache that led him to obesity, and delivers a message to the bullies who tormented in the schoolyard. He finds laughter is the best medicine for life’s heartache’s, pre-empting whispers about his surprisingly lush head of hair by explaining wiht a chuckle that he decides each morning whether he’ll have a hair-free day or not. He’s even named his current live show “An Evening with Jason Alexander and his hair”.
TOUR DATES & BOOKING INFORMATION
Thursday July 18 - Queensland Performing Arts Centre - Buy Tickets
Friday July 19 - WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong - Buy Tickets
Saturday July 20 - Enmore Theatre, Sydney - Buy Tickets
Tuesday July 23 - Canberra Theatre - Buy Tickets
Wednesday July 24 - Saturday July 27: The Palms at Crown, Melbourne - Buy Tickets
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Check out his SCF show “David Williams is SuperRad” at the Factory Theatre tonight and tomorrow night.
This week in comedy…
Bev Killick Goes ‘There’ Again ***FINAL PERFORMANCE***
Monday April 15
Powder Room, Melbourne Town Hall
Don’t miss the star of Busting Out and Australia’s favourite ‘Crummy Mummy’ as she puts the puppies back in the kennel and steps out for a hilarious evening of comedy where nothing is sacred…
Eddie Ifft “Too Soon?” ***OPENING NIGHT***
Tuesday April 16
The Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne
Not much is off limits in Eddie’s world. Join the star of the popular comedy podcast “Talking Shit with Eddie Ifft” as he commences his Melbourne International Comedy Festival Season on Tuesday.
Also on this week at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival
“Hello Kitty Flanagan” - Buy Tickets (BARRY AWARD NOMINEE!)
Shane Dundas “Believe” - Buy Tickets
Arj Barker “Go Time” - Buy Tickets
Sam McCool “Multiple Personality Distorter” - Buy Tickets
Ross Noble “Mindblender” - Buy Tickets
The Kransky Sisters “Piece of Cake” - Buy Tickets