DANIEL HARNETT: Guitar, Vocal
KEVIN CORRIGAN: Bass Guitar, Vocals
AHMED KHAREM: Drums, Vocals
DANIEL HARNETT: Guitar, Vocal
By Klaus Kinski
“This week, the lucky few who can squeeze into the intimate back room of Over the Eight can thrill to not one but two epic installments of “The Talk Show Series Presents!” The shows, which happen on Thursday (2/27) and Friday (2/28), are titled The Talk Show Series Presents: THE KEVIN CORRIGAN SHOW, and are both hosted by wicked famous actor Kevin Corrigan. The Thursday February 27 instalment features Janeane Garofalo, Steve Buscemi (!), music by Daniel Harnett, and a super, super, unbelievable special guest whose identity I cannot even hint at besides saying he is one of NYC’s biggest political figures of all time. If you are lucky enough to be at this show, you’ll be so shocked that this man is sitting just a few feet in front of you that you won’t even be able to applaud; you’ll be too busy processing what you are experiencing. Doors are at 7:30 PM and the show is free. Get there early.
Then On Friday (2/28), enjoy a second installment of The Talk Show Series Presents: THE KEVIN CORRIGAN SHOW. This time, Kevin brings guests Michael Rappaport (currently on Justified), Jonathan Ames (wordsmith, pugilist), Frederic Seaman (John Lennon’s personal assistant!) and music from Mirah (who has a new LP and a headlining show in April). There’s another special musical guest on the bill who I also am unable to divulge, but I believe they will be billed as “Kelly Slater Sangre“. Doors are at 7:30pm and the show is free. Get there early.”
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Jane reveals that a list of fake Red John suspects he planted was stolen, and the team realizes these men are in danger, on THE MENTALIST, at a special time, Sunday, Oct. 20 (10:30-11:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Kevin Corrigan as Robert Kirkland.
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Noted for his multitude of low-key but memorable performances, as exhibited in everything from Goodfellas to Superbad to TV’s Grounded for Life, actor Kevin Corrigan has emerged as the industry’s go-to actor for worthy supporting roles since his professional start a quarter-century ago. This Friday he will be on campus screening the 2009 indie flick Big Fan, in which he supports leading man Patton Oswalt as Sal, the best friend of the self-professed “World’s biggest New York Giants fan.” Mr. Corrigan spoke with The Quad about his career and upcoming Cinematheque appearance in a phone interview earlier in the week. (The interview has been condensed for length and clarity.)
Friday, September 27 – An Evening with Kevin Corrigan – The New York-based Corrigan is perhaps America’s premier character actor, appearing in countless TV shows and movies in the last decades, moving with ease from beloved Hollywood films like The Departed, Superbad, and Pineapple Express to estimable independent works. At BU, Corrigan will show scenes of his acting, followed by the 2009 feature, Big Fan, in which he plays, touchingly, second banana to Patton Oswalt’s insane football lover.
Start Time: 7:00 pm
Ends Time: 9:00 pm
Location: COM 101
Boston University: College of Communication
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Phone: (617) 353-3450