A Conversation With Alec Baldwin

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Due to popular demand, we have moved "A Conversation with Alec Baldwin" on Friday, April 14, to the Paramount Theatre. The show begins at 7:30pm and doors to the lobby will open at 6:00pm.

IF YOU PURCHASED A TICKET THROUGH SEATTLE ARTS & LECTURES, YOUR TICKET IS STILL VALID FOR THE LEVEL PURCHASED. If you purchased a Patron ticket, you will still receive proirity seating in the first few rows of the auditorium.

If you would like to purchase tickets, you may do so through the Seattle Theatre Group (STG) website at stgpresents.org starting this coming Friday, March 17 at 10:00am.

Tickets will be for balcony seating and only available for purchase through STG. Each ticket will cost $75 (not including fees), and include a copy of Baldwin's new memoir "Nevertheless."

If you have any questions, please contact the SAL Box Office by phone at 206.621.2230 x10 or by email at sal@lectures.org.


Join SAL for an unforgettable evening with actor and comedian Alec Baldwin. He is known for his roles in many popular films including "Beetlejuice," "Glengarry Glen Ross," and "The Departed;" his wildly popular character Jack Donaghy on Tina Fey’s irreverent series, "30 Rock;" and, of course, for his most recent portrayal of Donald Trump on SNL. This event will celebrate Baldwin’s new memoir, "Nevertheless," to be released on April 4, 2017. All orders (except Student) include the book.

In this candid, fearless memoir, Baldwin transcends his public persona, revealing facets of his life he has long kept private. He introduces readers to the Long Island child who felt burdened by his family’s financial strains and his parents’ unhappy marriage; the Washington, DC, college student preparing for a career in politics; the self-named "Love Taxi" who helped friends solve their romantic problems while neglecting his own; the young soap actor learning from giants of the theatre; the addict who struggles with sobriety; the husband and father who acknowledges his failings and battles to overcome them; and the consummate professional for whom the work is everything.

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By: Seattle Arts & Lectures

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