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From Pawnee to State College: Nick Offerman to Kick Off SPA LateNight

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State College, be prepared. Ron F—ing Swanson is coming to town.

Comedian Nick Offerman, well-mustached star of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” (and professional woodworker), will kick off a semester of SPA events performing in Eisenhower Auditorium on September 6th at 10 p.m. Besides playing everyone’s favorite parks and recreation director, he has also appeared in solid supporting roles in movies like 21 Jump Street and indie dramas like Smashed and The Kings of Summer

Offerman’s stand-up show, titled “American Ham”,  will feature a veritable smorgasbord of cautionary tales, tunes, and tips for prosperity (with minor nudity).”

According to the Facebook event, free student tickets are available with valid PSU University Park Student ID beginning August 29th at the HUB Ticket Desk and all CPA Ticketing Locations.

Get excited.

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Alex Federman

Alex is a Senior at Penn State who enjoys watching movies and television shows (probably a bit too much). He's a Film/Video major, with a Spanish minor.

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