You may know his face as the host of “Cutthroat Kitchen,” “Camp Cutthroat,” “Iron Chef America,” or his self-produced Peabody-award-winning show, “Good Eats.” But, now, get ready to enjoy his entertaining live show at the Arlington Theatre Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Using a captivating combination of talk-show antics, science, comedy, music and, of course, food, Alton Brown brings an interesting and interactive spin to food science in a way that can be understood by everyone.
Tickets can be purchased through UCSB Arts & Lectures for $22.00 for students or $33.00 for general admission.
This isn’t Brown’s first rodeo; his previous tour, “Edible Inevitable,” was a huge success and the follow up tour is promised to be a repeat of that same energy and enthusiasm with some new bells and whistles, including new puppets, songs, even bigger experiments and a secretive game that Alton Brown isn’t giving too much away about.
The show is approximately two hours long and jam-packed with a slew of exciting and interactive segments in which the audience volunteers to participate. Be sure to pick up your tickets, they won’t be available long.