For decades, Woody Allen has lit up both the literary world as much as that of cinema, entertaining audiences with his
wit and turning neurosis into an art, channeling his anxieties and through them examining the human condition. His work
varies greatly, from love notes to jazz and New York to heady brooding on the nature of life.
Born in 1935 as Allen Stewart Konigsberg, Woody Allen grew up in a working class Jewish home in New York, and from an
early age showed off a flair for entertainment. While still 19, he started writing for Ed Sullivan and Sid Caesar, while
also working the stand-up clubs. He began writing screenplays in the early '60s, and directed his first film, What's Up Tiger
Woody Allen tickets will get you to listen to this writer, filmmaker and playwright
read from his latest work or speak candidly with the crowd. For film lovers or New Yorker readers, this is a must. You don't
want to pass up on this awesome opportunity to spend some time listening to the man reading live. Grab your speaking
tour tickets today!