David Sedaris

 “Sedaris’s droll assessment of the mundane and the eccentrics who inhabit the world’s crevices make him one of the greatest humorists writing today.” —The Chicago Tribune
an older white man leans on a doorway, his hands in the pockets of his loose trousers.

This Season's Events

a late middle aged white man in a loose vest and slouchy trousers leans against a doorway in a home whose walls are full of photos. he smiles slightly.

Through decades of his essays and diaries, David Sedaris has made us consider the absurdities of human nature and modern life: family, travel, relationships, aging, the pandemic and political upheavals…all of it. Laugh along with fellow fans when David Sedaris returns to Symphony Hall to read new and unpublished selections, take questions, and sign books. 

Friday Apr. 12
Symphony Hall
Ticketed, Current Season, Symphony Hall, Spoken Word