Ira Glass is Coming to Dayton on His Limited Tour: Seven Things I’ve Learned: An Evening with Ira Glass

Tickets for the Sept. 10 show are on sale now.

click to enlarge Ira Glass - PHOTO: PROVIDED BY WYSO PUBLIC RADIO
Photo: provided by WYSO Public Radio
Ira Glass

Fans of public radio will be able to see Ira Glass in Dayton this September.

Known for his radio show and podcast “This American Life” where Glass “regularly captures slice-of-life moments that spotlight unconventional narratives and storytellers from diverse and eclectic communities,” per a release from WYSO Public Radio.

WYSO is presenting Glass’s one-night-only limited tour Seven Things I’ve Learned: An Evening with Ira Glass at the Schuster Center. The show will also stop in Athens Ga. and Berkeley Ca.

“For public radio nerds like me, Ira Glass is a legend,” says Luke Dennis, WYSO general manager. “Listening to This American Life inspired me to work in the field. He wrote the playbook back in the mid-90s for what a great radio storytelling can be and has continued to reinvent that playbook for nearly 30 years. He is a guiding light for all who do this work.”

Tickets for the Sept. 10 show are on sale now.

The show begins at 7:30 p.m. The Schuster Center is located at 1 W 2nd St., Dayton. Find tickets and more information at daytonlive.org.

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