Host of Good Eats takes to the stage for a comic, interactive cooking show with live music, games, and puppets
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$34 for one ticket for seating in rows D–L of sections 301–305 (up to $55.58 value)
$46 for one ticket for seating in rows Q–Z of sections 101–105 (up to $76.28 value)
Where you’ve seen Alton Brown: diving into epicurean science, history, and technique on PBS’s Peabody Award–winning series Good Eats; providing commentary on Iron Chef America; and, lately, helping chefs sabotage each other on Cutthroat Kitchen
Other hats he wears: chef (toque), author (pencil tucked between the ear), podcaster (headphones), filmmaker (baseball cap, like Spielberg)
Honors Alton has received: James Beard Award for Best TV Food Personality, “Cooking Teacher of the Year” from Bon Appetit Magazine
Why 2016 is a big year for Alton: Not only is he releasing the first of two new cookbooks (Alton Brown: Every Day Cook) in the fall, he’s also launching the followup to his smash Edible Inevitable tour.
What to expect on this tour, in Alton’s words: “new puppets, new songs, new potentially dangerous culinary demonstrations…and fire”
And: “I don’t want to give too much away, but we’re also going to play a little game with the audience”
What you might get to do: hop up on stage and assist in the demonstrations (if you’re one of the lucky audience members randomly selected by Alton)