Says You! Ticket Update!

The SEATTLE shows scheduled to take place on Friday, April 5, and Saturday, April 6, in Town Hall Seattle have moved to a new theater. Town Hall Seattle (on 8thand Seneca) is undergoing extensive rehabilitation and renovation that we are sad to say will not be completed in time to host Says You! With the combined support of the University of Washington and KUOW, the show will go on! Same date, same time, new location:

We look forward to seeing you on Friday, April 5 at 7:30pm and Saturday, April 6 at 7:30pm

            Roethke Auditorium in Kane Hall at the University of Washington 

If you purchased your tickets before 2/22/2019, you received an updated copy of your email confirmation receipt on Saturday (2/23) from Brown Paper Tickets with your new seating assignments at the Roethke Auditorium in Kane Hall. Painstaking effort by Brown Paper Tickets has resulted in most seating remaining in or very near the same row you originally purchased. PLEASE check your email to find these updates.


 Physical tickets – ALL physical tickets will be reissued via email as PRINT-AT-HOME tickets. You will not receive new tickets in the mail.  Please print and bring the new print-at-home 8.5 x 11 paper ticket to the show. If you do not have access to a printer, please contact Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006.


Print at Home tickets will be reissued to you via email with your new seats in Kane Hall at UW.

Mobile tickets will be reissued via your account at with your new seats in Kane Hall at UW.

Q&A Event tickets – This is a Saturday event and will take place at 6:30pm in Kane Hall.

We are so sorry for the inconvenience – as is everyone from Town Hall Seattle.  However, we are lucky to be able to see so many old and new friends in Seattle – just at Kane Hall this year.  The Seattle audiences have always been and continue to be sui generis, so we promise to do our ‘bestest’ – you deserve it.


Laura Sher, Executive Producer – Says You!

The Lark – Bozeman MT


Welcome to the perfect basecamp for your uniquely Montana adventure. Our little corner of downtown Bozeman was designed specifically to help you get the most out of a stay in Southwest Montana. Our team of recreation-loving locals can’t wait to share their knowledge, enthusiasm and suggestions as your area guides. And while we hope you’ll be spending plenty of time exploring outside this Bozeman hotel, The LARK is carefully crafted to provide a distinctly Montana feel. From oversized sitting areas, to our outdoor wood-burning fireplace and open-air patio overlooking Main Street, to the information-filled local artwork thoughtfully created for each guestroom, our intention is to help you experience the best of Bozeman.

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SaysYou!’s Deb Hiett on IFC Documentary Now

One of the newest cast members, Deb Hiett, will be featured on IFC’s Documentary Now.

Currently, (limited time online) you can freely stream the full two-episode season premiere of “Documentary Now” in which she guest stars with Owen Wilson, Michael Keaton and Necar Zedegan:

Stream Here

Written by Seth Meyers, “Batsh*t Valley, Parts 1 and 2” spoof the Netflix documentary “Wild Wild Country,” Deb plays Marge Middleton, the mayor of the small Oregon town.

The official network premiere is on Feb 20th on IFC, but why wait?


Easton – Delivery

We received a great submission from Ed and noticed his return address, so we just had to ask: Have you lived in the Easton area long enough to know the toy store Sherwoods, which used to be downtown? That was the Sher family toy store.

The following is his response –

Hi gang!

I moved to Easton in 2004 from Cleveland, long after Sherwood’s toy store had closed. However, back in 2006, Says You! taped shows in Cleveland one weekend; my wife, son and I drove out and took my mom to the show. In the course of the show, it came up that Richard was from Easton; shortly after, a crew member handed Richard a note. “We have people who drove here from Easton for the show?” he asked. We acknowledged we did. “Stick around after the show; we’ll have to do something for that.” After the show, he very cordially invited us to join the gang for lunch at Pier W, and I spent the afternoon seated between Richard and Tony Kahn. A NPR geek’s dream!

Richard shared stories about growing up in Easton, and when he found out where we live he recalled making a delivery there for (with?) his dad. It was an absolutely delightful afternoon.

I still love the show and listen to the podcast weekly. I appreciate the Spotlight Round that gives us a chance to hear Richard again; the warmth and humor he had in person comes through on every episode. Keep up the good work!



We managed to find more of this moment – never released to air, but worth a listen here…