Shatner's World We Just Live In It Tickets

Star Trek's Captain Kirk set the precedent by boldly going "where no man has gone before". However, William Shatner, the actor who played Kirk, seems to have upped the ante by boldly stepping on to stage and revealing all his past follies and jollies in a brand new show titled Shatner’s World: We Just Live in It. William Shatner has already proven his mettle in showbiz by becoming the recipient of a pair of Emmys and a Golden Globe Award as well as scoring a star each on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and its Canadian counterpart. So to find out why it really is his world we all are simply taking up space in it, score some Shatner's World We Just Live in It tickets now.
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Captain Kirk had the entire space as his oyster. However in Shatner's World We Just Live in It, William Shatner takes us on a journey through the entire cosmos of his career's ethos in just under 100 minutes. This debonair raconteur crams the entire space of his act with a multitude of cocky quips and hilarious clips of his myriad on and off screen shenanigans. His acting career, sparking off with the iconic role in Star Trek to The Practice, with Boston Legal, Rescue 911 and T.J. Hooker thrown in for good measure, is chockablock full of insightful anecdotes and spawns a plethora of quirky quotes that his awaiting audience gorges upon gleefully. However, as William recounts, it's not all fun and games for the octogenarian Canadian, the disturbing death of his wife due to an alcohol overdose and subsequent drowning in the house pool in 1999 being a case in point.

In Shatner's World: We Just Live in It, the magnanimous host allows his audience a unique inspection of his frustrations and apprehensions through both taped and narrative retrospections. One such telling tale unfolds in the meandering monologue that Shatner spouts while forcing a haggard Patrick Stewart to patiently sit in a captain's chair whilst the former sits in the other. Shatner's debonair demeanor is especially working in full gear when he launches in to recounting an encounter with Koko the gorilla who might have mistook the former's nuts for some low hanging fruit.

Though Shatner’s World: We Just Live in It will see William Shatner perform on the Broadway stage after almost five decades, the veteran thespian makes it feel as if he had never left it. His first brush with theater in the Stratford Festival of Canada had been a natural consequence of his Shakespearean training, something that he shares with one of the recipients of Kirk's mantle of captaincy, Patrick Stewart. After an early start in plays such as Henry V, Shatner broke his Broadway cherry on the stage set for Christopher Marlowe's Tamburlaine the Great and then after an excursion into The World of Suzie Wong in 1959 as well as taking A Shot in the Dark two years later, got his first taste of television courtesy Thriller, that is the NBC TV series and not the Michael Jackson occult music video.

Shatner’s World: We Just Live in It has been produced by the Larry A. Thompson Organization and the  Innovation Arts & Entertainment, with directorial credits going to Scott Faris. The minimalistic scenic design, what with the globe shaped screen that hangs behind Shatner and lets the audiences peek inside his own world, is courtesy Edward Pierce, with sound and the lighting design compliments of Peter Fitzgerald and Ken Billington respectively. Though his role as Captain Kirk may not have entailed much joviality, save for the spate of "treknobabble," his retorts as Denny Crane in the Practice and the subsequent Boston Legal have put him in good stead for doing stand-up storytelling and comedic recounting. Honored by the Governor General of Canada's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement last year and an honorary Doctor of Letters from McGill University, Shatner truly has the whole world as his stage. So secure your Shatner's World We Just Live in It tickets now to be thoroughly entertained by his eccentricities and sensibilities. 

Space may have been the final frontier for Captain James T. Kirk, yet William Shatner's "star's trek" seems to have no check. Though there have been many reincarnations of the popular Star Trek character, yet the veteran octogenarian actor who played the seminal role seems to defy space and time, and six decades into show business is going as strong as ever. Whether it's his scintillating mix of Emmy and Golden Globe Awards or his stars at the Hollywood Walk of Fame or its Canadian counterpart; William Shatner takes all in his stride. And his stride is bringing him to a theater near you so score some Shatner's World We Just Live In It tickets for being blasted with his spicy anecdotes and off-the-set gaffes.

From Star Trek to The Practice and beyond, William Shatner tells it all in 100 minutes of brisk and crisp storytelling. The yarn that this cocksure raconteur spins in Shatner’s World: We Just Live In It is chockablock full of hoary quips and film clips that are shown on the world shaped screen behind him and features his menagerie of small and silver screen characters in Star Trek, T.J. Hooker, Boston Legal, Rescue 911 and The Practice. Shatner draws from his experiences as an actor, producer, director, recording artist, horseman and philanthropist to drop pearls of wisdom upon the audience members. He recounts his brushes with tragedy, such as the horrific death of his third wife Nerine Kidd-Shatner who he found floating dead in his pool in 1999, to his personal and thespian triumphs, which include his stint in the recording industry resulting in The Transformed Man in 1968, which contained sings such as “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”.

Though William Shatner has spent most of his acting career doing television and film roles, he is no stranger to stage, having acquired training as a classical Shakespearean actor and performing in stage plays such as Henry V and then making his Broadway debut in Christopher Marlowe's Tamburlaine the Great in 1956. A role in The World of Suzie Wong three years later was followed by A Shot in the Dark in1961 in which he acted alongside Julie Harris. Consequently, Shatner’s World We Just Live In It sees the Canadian actor return to the Broadway stage after five decades. However, like aged wine, Shatner's stories have been brewing beautifully throughout the years and he is all set to let you have hearty swigs of it at the Shatner’s World: We Just Live In It event.

Shatner’s World: We Just Live In It just keeps on giving with a retrospective take on the actor's past follies and sneering demeanor that characterized his early years on stage as well as on the sets of Star Trek. One his videos pits him in a rambling monologue with Patrick Stewart, whose character of Jean-Luc Picard was one of the captains of USS Enterprise to whom the mantle of Kirk's captaincy was passed onto. Poor Stewart has to bear the telling of all of Shatner's shenanigans, from apprehensions of his mortality to the run in with Koko the gorilla that might have cost him his sexuality. Produced by the Innovation Arts & Entertainment and the Larry A. Thompson Organization, Shatner’s World We Just Live In It has been directed by Scott Faris and entails scenic designing by Edward Pierce and the lighting and sound design by Ken Billington and Peter Fitzgerald respectively.

Though William Shatner might be more recognized for his "star trekking," it was his latter performances as the wisecracking ‘Denny Crane’ in the courtroom drama The Practice and the ensuing Boston Legal that garnered him his twin Emmys for ‘Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series’ as well as a Golden Globe Award. This Canadian octogenarian was also bestowed upon the ‘Governor General of Canada's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement’ in 2011 as well as awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters from his alma mater, McGill University. So to boldly go on a journey through a hilariously quirky and wittingly lopsided universe, book some Shatner's World We Just Live In It tickets now. Any "resistance is futile!"

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