Alton Brown's Broadway-Bound Culinary Show Will Tour to California, Midwest

News   Alton Brown's Broadway-Bound Culinary Show Will Tour to California, Midwest Tickets are now on sale for Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science at the Barrymore.
Alton Brown
Alton Brown

After his previously announced Thanksgiving Week booking on Broadway, Food Network celebrity chef Alton Brown will take his live culinary show, Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science, on a spring 2017 tour to California, the Midwest and other stops in North America.

The host of Good Eats, Iron Chef America and other cable cooking shows, has been touring the U.S. with his Eat Your Science tour and has added Broadway as his New York stop, November 22, 23 at 8 PM; November 25, 26 at 2 and 8 PM, and November 27 at 1 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. Tickets are on sale via Telecharge, by phone at (800) 447-7400 or at the box office, located at 243 West 47th Street.

Here is a list of planned dates after Broadway:

Santa Barbara, CA - March 15, 2017
San Luis Obispo, CA - March 16
Los Angeles March 17 - 18
San Francisco - March 19
Fresno, CA - March 20
Modesto, CA - March 21
Davis, CA - March 22
Eugene, OR - March 24
Seattle - March 25
Portland, OR - March 26
Bellingham, WA - March 28
Spokane, WA - March 29
Boise, ID - March 30
Salt Lake City, UT - March 31
Denver - April 1
Sioux City, IA - April 4
Rockford, IL - April 5
Cleveland, OH - April 6
East Lansing, MI - April 7
Milwaukee, WI - April 8
St. Louis - April 9
Fort Myers, FL - April 18
Fort Lauderdale, FL - April 19
Tampa, FL - April 21
Orlando, FL - April 22
Jacksonville, FL - April 23
Birmingham, AL - April 25
New Orleans - April 26
Houston - April 27
Dallas - April 29
Madison, WI - May 2
Indianapolis, IN - May 3
Evansville, IN - May 4
Iowa City, IA - May 5
Green Bay, WI - May 7

Good Eats was unusual for a cooking show because Brown always paused to explain the science behind each of his cooking techniques. The live show apparently returns to that format.


Alton Brown
Alton Brown

Brown issued a statement saying the show will contain “all new everything including songs, new comedy, new puppets and bigger and better potentially dangerous food demonstrations. I can neither confirm nor deny that we've given the Broadway version of ‘Eat Your Science’ a distinctly Thanksgiving flavor, but wouldn't that be cool?"

He teased, “Plus, you’ll see things I’ve never been allowed to do on TV.”

Here is a clip from the 2013 Chicago version of the show:

(Updated August 10, 2016)

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