“Animaniacs in Concert!” starring Rob Paulsen and Randy Rogel will return to Joe’s Pub in New York on Thursday, May 24th through Sunday, May 27th. Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater is located at 425 Lafayette Street, New York, NY10003.
Ticket prices are $45. Each evening has two sets: doors open at 6:00 pm for the 7:00 pm show, and 9:00 pm for the 9:30 pm show. Joe’s Pub is a fully-seated venue, serving food and drinks prior, to and during the performance.
If you have friends in New York, you need to tell them to get tickets to this amazing concert, they will thank you for the information.
New Yorkers, you don’t want to miss this concert. It will be one you will never forget. It is so entertaining and the stories that Rob talks about and the manner in which he tells these stories, will leave you talking about the concerts for years to come. The Hollywood Times was in the audience at his Downey concert location, so I know it is worth the price of the ticket.
Legendary voice actor Rob Paulsen, who has delighted generations of animation fanatics with his signature roles in “Pinky and the Brain,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” and film and television projects will be joined by “Animaniacs” composer Randy Rogel.
“Animaniacs in Concert!” features live music and voice work from Paulsen and music from Rogel while beloved “Animaniacs” cartoons are screened. The show has hopscotched around the country with shows in St. Charles, IL; Arlington, TX; Tucson, AZ; Long Island, NY; Grayslake, IL; and Downey, CA.
For Paulsen, the return to work is a triumph. Diagnosed with throat cancer almost two years ago, Paulsen only told a few friends and professional colleagues, facing the possibility that his three-decades long career might be over forever.
But for a man of a hundred voices who suffered literally and figuratively in silence, he’s on the mend, cancer free, and ready to get back to work.
Meanwhile, in addition to “Animaniacs in Concert!” Paulsen continues to host his podcast “Talkin’ Toons,” interviewing animation’s most illustrious and impressive artists.
It’s recently moved to video format, hosted on nerdist.com.
Grateful for his new lease on life, Paulsen continues to make countless charity appearances and is beginning work on a memoir about his challenges recovering from a career-threatening diagnosis.
With a voice that spans generations of cartoon fans, Paulsen is still ready to bring joy and laughter into people’s lives, his passion for his work now even stronger than ever.
Tickets available here: http://bit.ly/2IDHhpq