JAMESTOWN – It’s a night of nostalgia, musical entertainment and laughs when “Seinfeld” actor, John O’Hurley performs “A Man With Standards” live on stage of the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts on Saturday night, Oct. 20 at 8 p.m.
O’Hurley tells WRFA that his critically acclaimed show serves as a retrospective of music from The Great American Songbook, along with stories from his eclectic life and career.
“It represents a time that has gone by. I take that half-look over my shoulder and as I look for things that are authentic, I go back to that period of time I say that I was lucky enough to have grown up during that period and had been exposed to that,” O’Hurley tells WRFA. “So I use all of the music of that time to underscore the stories of my life, which are kind of fun, funny, poignant, and in one case, one tear.”
Best known as Elaine’s boss J. Peterman on the classic TV sit com “Seinfeld” – O’Hurley has worked in all areas of show business, including Broadway, music, and even writing several books along the way.
He was also a contestant on the first season of “Dancing With The Stars,” a host of syndicated game-show “The Family Feud,” and as the emcee of NBC’s annual “National Dog Show,” airing Thanksgiving Day.
Tickets for “John O’Hurley: A Man with Standards” start at $5 for children and $10 for adults.
Tickets are available from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the ticket counter within 3rd on 3rd Gallery (108 E. 3rd St.), over the phone (716.484.7070) or online at www.reglenna.com.
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