Lewis Grizzard at ART Station


ART Station will bring Lewis Grizzard: In His Own Words to the stage this theater season. Bill Oberst, Jr. will be performing as Lewis Grizzard on January 17, 18 and 19, 2014.

Lewis Grizzard: In His Own Words has played at ART Station to sold out audiences for the past twelve seasons. Over the past decade the show has sold out over 850 shows across the United States. Bill Oberst, Jr. pays respect and honors Lewis Grizzard with the best of Grizzard’s stand-up comedy and selections from his books and columns.

Four wives, 450 daily newspapers, millions of fans, hundreds of concerts, oceans of vodka, thousands of prayers, and at the beginning and the end of it all Moreland, Georgia. Always Moreland, the tiny town that time forgot and Lewis embellished. It was his Mayberry, his Lake Wobegon. Like Twain before him, Grizzard used the sense of his youth to weave tales that were always truth and even when they weren’t exactly fact; “this generation’s Mark Twain”

“Bill Oberst as Grizzard is uncanny …marvelous”

Mark Morgan, Knight-Ridder Publications

“The audience laughed ‘till they cried…funny and touching.

Scott Harper, The Times

“For all intents and purposes, Oberst is Grizzard.”

Birmingham News

Performances are:

Friday, January 17 at 8 p.m.

Saturday, January 18 at 3 p.m.

Sunday, January 19 at 3 p.m.

Ticket prices for this show are $29 for adults and $24 for seniors (60+) and students, with an additional $1 facility fee added to each ticket.

To purchase tickets call the Box Office at 770 469 1105 or visit http://www.artstation.org/ where tickets may be purchased on-line.

All performances are in the ART Station Theatre located at 5384 Manor Drive in Historic Stone Mountain Village. Founded in 1986, ART Station is a non-profit contemporary arts center that provides cultural and educational opportunities to the entire community, focusing its programming on quality works of southern, arts and artists. ART Station is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. For additional information call 770 469 1105 or visit http://www.artstation.org/.