Jaston Williams, the actor and playwright who shared funny personal anecdotes in Greater Tuna and Camping With Gasoline, returns with even more amusing tales from his youth, starting at the age of 4. Blame It On Valentine, Texas brings Williams’ Lone Star stories to L.A.’s NoHo Arts Center. Listen as he tells of the time he single-handedly destroyed a dance concert in one of the smallest towns in West Texas, becoming a local star in the process. You’ll laugh at accounts of the day he was almost eaten by his brother’s pig and hear about his hysterical efforts to convince his 87-year-old mother – who was legally blind, clinically deaf and using a walker – that it might be wise to let someone else drive.
Blame it On Valentine, Texas at NoHo Arts Center
The NoHo Arts Center
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