Jeff Daniels to perform in virtual concert for the benefit of the Kalamazoo State Theater


KALAMAZOO, MI – Actor and singer Jeff Daniels arrives, via streaming video, in people’s homes for an “intimate concert experience” hosted by the Kalamazoo State Theater.

Daniels, an Emmy-winning actor, director and singer-songwriter, is scheduled to perform in a virtual concert at 8 p.m. on Saturday, December 12, which will benefit the Kalamazoo State Theater, according to a press release from the theater. The event will feature original songs and personal stories from his stage and film career that only Daniels can tell, according to the release.

“Fans and their families can enjoy this unique virtual concert experience from the comfort of their own homes, while supporting the Kalamazoo State Theater during this difficult time,” the statement said.

Fans can also submit questions for a special half-hour audience session after the show.

Tickets cost $ 15 and for sale online. For RSVP to the event, see Facebook and find more information on the theater website.

Daniels is best known as an actor, playing everything from Will McAvoy on HBO’s “The Newsroom” to Jim Carry’s best friend in the 1994 comedy classic “Dumb and Dumber”. Over the past 12 years, Daniels has written about 400 songs and performed more than 300 concerts across the country, the statement said.

Daniels grew up in Chelsea, Michigan, and founded the Purple Rose Theater Company there in 1991.

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