August 22, 2011
Powerhouse observational comedian and creator/star of arguably the most recognizable and beloved sitcom ever, Jerry Seinfeld, will be making a stop at the Golden State Theatre in Monterey Oct. 15.
Seinfeld began his stand-up comedy career at a young age, idolizing comedians like Abbott and Costello who he watched religiously as a kid. He made his first national television appearance on The Tonight Show in 1981 and within ten years he was one of the most famous stand-up comedians in America.
Seinfeld went on to co-create and produce his namesake sitcom that ended in 1998 as the highest rated show on television. He soon took to the road again, playing to sold-out crowds across the nation. His observations on the hilarity of the mundane are timeless as the comic hasn’t strayed far from what made him famous, and the crowds can’t seem to get enough.
The show hits the Golden State Theatre on Oct. 15 at 7pm in downtown Monterey. Tickets are available online here.