Prayers Have Been Answered, There’s Going To Be A Making A Murder Talking Tour
The Debrief: Everyone's favourite lawyers, Dean Strang and Jerry Buting are going on tour. Only one slight glitch...
As if we needed anymore reason to love them, the stars of Making A Murderer, aka badass lawyers Dean Strang and Jerry Buting (sorry, steve), have announced a national speaking tour. Praise the heavens.
If you haven’t heard of Dean and Jerry (firstly, get in the sea), it’s about time you watched Making A Murderer before it gets old. The dream team defended now convicted (but possibly wrongly accused, we don't know anymore) Steven Avery for the murder of Teresa Hailatch in 2007. And by defended we mean stole our hearts while taking on the American criminal justice system, and in doing so creating possibly the most addictive documentary ever to be shown on TV, ever. You get the jist.
What is a national speaking tour you ask? It’ll be a chance for fans to watch the duo feature in a conversation on the American justice system, commenting on it’s problems and giving useful solutions. So essentially an extension of what we've seen on Making A Murderer – minus Steven Avery and a real court case, obvs.
They’ve already made quite a name for themselves and even been the stars of countless memes, which gave us life in 2015, so it’s a given that this talking tour is going to be a massive deal. Unfortunately, it’s only in America though, so if anyone would like to pay for flights, we’re taking offers. Here's the dates if you just happen to be in the area.
4/16 – Boston, MA at Berklee Performance Center
4/17 – NYC at Beacon Theatre
4/24 – LA, CA at The Theatre at Ace Hotel
4/30 – Columbus, OH at Palace Theatre
5/1 – Cincinnati, OH at Aronoff Center – Procter & Gamble Hall
5/20 – Durham, NC at Durham Performing Arts Center
5/21 – Houston, TX at Cullen Performance Hall
5/22 – Dallas, TX at Majestic Theatre
6/2 – Minneapolis, MN at Northrop
6/3 – Chicago, IL at The Chicago Theatre presented by Chase
6/10 – Cleveland, OH at Playhouse Square - State Theater
6/11 – Toronto, ON at Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
6/12 – Atlanta, GA at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center
6/17 – Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre
6/18 – San Francisco. CA @ The Warfield Theatre
6/19 – Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
7/15 – Kansas City, MO @ Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
7/16 – Denver, CO @ Paramount Theatre
7/17 – San Diego, CA @ The Balboa Theatre
7/29 – Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum Theater
7/30 – Calgary, AB @ Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
7/31 – Edmonton, AB @ Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
8/12 – Phoenix, AZ @ Celebrity Theatre
8/13 – Austin, TX @ Paramount Theatre
8/14 – Nashville, TN @ TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall
8/20 – Clearwater, FL @ Ruth Eckerd Hall
8/21 – Ft Lauderdale, FL @ Broward Center for the Performing Arts
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