Happy Groundhog Day Eve, everybody!
What better way to ring in February as a comedy fan than by recognizing the 20th anniversary of the movie, Groundhog Day, as well as one of our finest character actors, Stephen Tobolowsky?
You can do both by getting tickets to see Tobolowsky when he visits 92YTribeca in New York City on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013. He’ll interact with fans in two separate events that evening. First, at 7 p.m., Tobolowsky will read stories from his book, The Dangerous Animals Club, about his life and career in show business, already appearing in more than 100 movies and twice as many TV series. He’ll sign books afterward. Then, at 9 p.m., he’ll introduce a screening of Groundhog Day, in which Tobolowsky portrayed Ned Ryerson. the guy who recognizes TV weatherman Phil Connors (Bill Murray) from their younger days.
I also have a pair of tickets The Comic’s Comic can give away for each event — one pair each to the storytelling event, as well as to the screening!
Would you like ’em for free?
Please go into the comments for this post, and do me a favor. If you want a pair of tickets to the storytelling event, please write down a question you’d like Stephen Tobolowsky to answer that he already hasn’t answered a hundred times already. If you’d like the tickets to the movie screening, please write how you’d handle the situation if you found yourself living the same day over and over again. Got it! Great! Go for it! The two winners will be contacted electronically, so please make sure you leave valid contact info (which won’t be made public). Thanks.