Amy in Maryland (Baltimore/Washington, DC Area)

amy sedaris at the weinberg center, frederick, maryland

Amy will be appearing at the Weinberg Center for the Arts in Frederick, Maryland* on Friday, November 7th, 8:00 PM. The evening will likely include an on-stage interview, craft/cooking demo, audience Q&A and book signing (subject to change). Additional details to follow. Tickets can be purchased online or from the box office (301-600-2828) ($27 for front orchestra; $25 rear orchestra; $20 balcony). More info here .

*(Close proximity to Baltimore, Washington and Harrisburg)

ATTN. MARYLAND/DC METRO AREA MEDIA : If you’re interested in featuring or interviewing Amy on your show or in your publication, please e-mail me for details.

Ed. note: I kinda sorta talked the Weinberg into booking her, so I’d really love to see the theater packed. Even if you don’t live in the area, if you know someone who does, who you think might be interested in this, please let them know!

NYC Appearance

Amy will be featured as the special guest at the Dave Hill Explosion show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (New York, NY) on February 21st, 9:30 pm. Tickets are $5 and can be reserved online here.

Amy in Microsoft short film; appearance at Iowa State University

amy sedaris microsoft ad

-Amy is featured in a new short film for Microsoft Word 2007. Rabbit Rescue is part of a series of short films included in Microsoft’s Office 2007 online ad campaign. Amy worked on this with Paul Dinello (of Strangers With Candy). Look for a cameo appearance by her own rabbit, Dusty (the black & white mini-rex eating sprinkles)! Watch it here!

-Amy will be appearing at Iowa State University on Wednesday, March 12th, at 8:00 pm (at Great Hall, Memorial Union). The Iowa State University Lectures program presents “Hospitality Under the Influence – Amy Sedaris” as part of their National Affairs Series: Can Laughter Save America?. Admission is free and open to the public. More info here.

Amy at Brooklyn Public Library

Amy will be appearing at the Brooklyn Public Library (Central Library, Dweck Center) on February 7th at 7:00 pm:

Brooklyn Independents: What’s So Funny about Brooklyn?

Cartoonist David Rees officiates an evening of comedic readings. Hilarious literati include Gary Shteyngart (Absurdistan), Ed Park (Personal Days), and Anthony Winkler (The Lunatic). Featuring special appearance and interview by Amy Sedaris.

The Brooklyn Independents Literary series is a consortium of highly regarded, cutting-edge independent literary publishers:: Akashic, BOMB Magazine, A Public Space, Tin House and Soft Skull.

Info here.