William Shatner has done everything. He boldly saved Starship Enterprise's jumpsuited crew from that devastating plague of Tribbles in '67. He's fluent in Esperanto, and likely Klingon. And he recently sacrificed himself for savings in a Priceline commercial.
Not to mention his illustrious music career -- although really, let's not mention it. It's too similar to Pat Boone's In a Metal Mood.
Want to go on a voyage where no one has gone before -- deep into the interplanetary wormhole of Shatner's last four lime-lit decades? Well now you can hear all of the sordid tales, straight from the Captain himself when William Shatner comes to town on March 22.
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It's a one-day-only one-man show called Shatner's World: We Just Live In It, and it follows his paradoxical career "from Shakespearean stage actor to internationally known icon and raconteur."
It's taking place at the Majestic Theatre and tickets aren't cheap: $62.50 to $297.50, but consider it a kickback for all of the money he's saved you on travel expenses over the years. Get 'em here starting February 2.