ANDREW W.K. Is Contuining His Adventures In Public Speaking
Well loved for his celebratory attitude, and "party-hard" approach, Andrew W.K. brings himself, and his "thoughts", back to The Pit in New York City for an encore three-part series of weekly lectures. After recent lectures at New York University, The Cooper Union, and participating in The Pit's "Here's The Thing" variety show, Andrew is continuing his adventures in public speaking. The dates are as follows:
The Pit is located at 154 West 29th Street, New York, NY, 10001. Each lecture begins at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 and are available at www.thepit-nyc.com.
Andrew has decided to open the playing field up even wider in order to converse even more directly with members of the audience. "I guess you could say, I'm reaching out and pulling in," says Andrew. Each night will be dedicated to a "question-and-answer" format, where those present may ask Andrew questions and collaborate in the night. Andrew has insisted this forum be broad enough to include every possible topic and every possible person. Participants are encouraged to come.
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