Start: 7:30 pm @Historic LoDo
Stephen Tobolowsky is a character actor—one of the most prolific screen and stage presences of our time—having appeared in productions that range from Deadwood to Glee, from Mississippi Burning to one of the best movies of the 90’s – Groundhog Day. He also holds the distinction of being the man who influenced the Talking Heads to name a song “Radio Head” which in turn influenced a band in England by the same name, maybe you’ve heard of them? Tobolowsky will read from and sign his new collection of essays and stories The Dangerous Animals Club ($24.00 Simon & Schuster).
“Stephen Tobolowsky has found his true calling as a storyteller. He is candid, insightful, often profound, and very, very funny, especially when he recounts his adventures in show business. By blending sharp memories of his childhood with astute, adult observations of the world around him, he weaves a spell not unlike Jean Shepherd or Garrison Keillor—but he has a voice all his own, and I love it.” —Leonard Maltin, film critic and author.
Here’s an interesting piece on his podcast “The Tobolowsky Files.” Check it out and be sure to be there on Monday!