Bobcat Goldthwait and Barry Crimmins to Guest on SiriusXM’s Unmasked

MFF 2015

Filmmaker Bobcat Goldthwait and comedian, satirist and activist (and film subject) Barry Crimmins will be sitting down with Ron Bennington to tape an episode of Unmasked at SiriusXM on Wednesday July 29th and you can be in the audience.

Bobcat Goldthwait not only became known as one of the biggest stand up comedians in the United States, and had gigantic roles as an actor in the Police Academy Series, and he also has had an incredibly prolific career as a filmmaker creating incredible movies like World’s Greatest Dad, Sleeping Dogs Lie and God Bless America.  Barry Crimmins has one hell of a story.  He was the primary force behind creating  the Boston comedy scene and was a mentor and inspiration to so many of the comics who came up in Boston.  He’s a brilliant satirist, and an activist, and achieved all of that after overcoming a childhood trauma that almost killed him.  The movie Call Me Lucky brought them together again.  Directed by Bobcat, with Crimmins as the subject, its an extraordinary movie, and Barry and Bobcat will be sit down in front of a live studio audience at SiriusXM’s New York studios to talk about it.

The episode will tape on Wednesday July 29th at 3pm.  If you want to be a part of the in-studio audience, here’s how to request tickets.  Please be sure you can make it if you request tickets, as there are only a few seats available:

  • Make sure you know you can be in midtown Manhattan on time before you request tickets. You will need to be at SiriusXM studios by 2:30 pm on Wednesday July 29, 2015.
  • You must have a twitter account to request tickets. If you don’t have one, its free and easy to sign up.
  • Make sure you’re following @UnmaskedShow on twitter. We will not be able to contact you if you are not following that account.
  • Send a reply to @UnmaskedShow on twitter and let us know if you are requesting one or two tickets. Please only request tickets if you KNOW you can attend, and only request two tickets if you can be certain you will be bringing someone because we have very limited seating.
  • Please do not submit duplicate requests for tickets
  • You must be 18 or older to attend.
  • Do not reply here to request tickets. You must reply to the twitter account to be eligible to get tickets.

Ticket winners will be contacted by DirectMessage from the producers of Unmasked on twitter to let you know how to get your tickets. So remember to check your DirectMessages to see if you’ve got a ticket!

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