January 27, 2006
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Comic legend Paula Poundstone returns to Seattle for American Voices appearance
Comic legend Paula Poundstone returns to Seattle for American Voices appearance
She's back! One of the country's most gifted and disarming comedians and a regular on NPR's hit news quiz, Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me, Paula Poundstone sold out her American Voices engagement last November. She returns for one performance on February 3rd at the Moore Theatre with her very funny, sharp-witted, and slightly skewed view of the world.

Tickets range from $23.50 - $73.50 and are available through the Foolproof box office (206-325-2993) or by calling Ticket Master (206-443-1744).

Join Poundstone before the show for a special private reception. Lively conversation, libations and hors d'oeuvres will be served. Admission is $100.00 per person, $85.00 of which is tax-deductible. Admission to the 8:00 p.m. presentation is sold separately. To order reception tickets or for more information, please call Foolproof at 206-325-2993.

Clad in her signature necktie, she's one of the nation's funniest, most original and most imaginative comediennes. Poundstone has accomplished much over her 23-year career in comedy. This American Comedy Award, Cable Ace Award, and Emmy Award-winning funny lady has been seen on numerous HBO specials, E! Entertainment Television, "The Tonight Show", "The Late Show w/David Letterman," was voted one of Comedy Centrals "Top 100 Comics of all time" and has written feature pieces for major publications including The Los Angeles Times and Entertainment Weekly.

Currently Paula is headlining across the country on her 2005 "THE BIG PICTURE" National Tour. Poundstone's quick wit, unmatched spontaneity and the ability to improvise with her audience has made her a comedy legend. Her offbeat commentary of everyday life and her propensity for interacting with the crowd have been winning over her audiences for years. Loyal fans and newcomers alike can look forward to Paula's razor sharp observations on subjects like current events, politics and parenting.

Paula continues to lend her time and talents to support various causes. From foster parenting for eight years to finding time to support various causes, such as AIDS research, promoting adoptive and foster families, Planned Parenthood, Comic Relief, Habitat for Humanity, aiding the homeless, and campaign finance reform, Poundstone sees it as a privilege to contribute.

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