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Announcing an Evening with Brent Spiner

Published by: Carolin Kopplin on 2nd Dec 2013 | View all blogs by Carolin Kopplin

Brent Spiner is best known for playing Data on Star Trek - The Next Generation but he is a versatile and multi-talented performer who started his career in the theatre and appeared in many Off Broadway and Broadway productions. His film credits include Out to Sea with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, The Aviator with Leonardo Di Caprio, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge opposite Halle Berry and Klaus Maria Brandauer, The Phenomenon with John Travolta, and the blockbuster Independence Day. Lately he could be seen in The Big Bang Theory, Young Justice, and Warehouse 13 and heard in Generator Rex and Robot Chicken. Spiner is also an excellent singer, having performed in a variety of musicals on Broadway, such as A History of the American Film, Big River, The Three Musketeers, Sunday in the Park with George, and as John Adams in 1776, for which he received a Drama Desk Nomination. More recently he portrayed Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha at the Freud Playhouse in Los Angeles. He has also released two CDs – Ol’ Yellow Eyes is Back and Dreamland, a “musical of the mind” and was one of the creative minds behind the tragically funny web series Fresh Hell in which he also played the leading role.
Always looking for new challenges, Brent Spiner has now devised a cabaret set featuring live music and stories about his life. This should be a highly entertaining evening indeed.  

If you live near Portland, Oregon, I suggest you make your way to the Roseland Theater.
By Carolln Kopplin
On 11 January 2014 only.

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  • Cameron Lowe
    by Cameron Lowe 4 years ago
    I'd pay good money to see this! All I need is a Star Trek Transporter to get me to Oregon!!
  • Carolin Kopplin
    by Carolin Kopplin 4 years ago
    I am sure it will be a great show because Brent Spiner is a wonderful entertainer. There might be a tour later.
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