Creed Bratton from ‘The Office’ holds evening of music and comedy at Scranton Cultural Center on April 17
From a press release:
Creed Bratton, who portrayed Dunder Mifflin paper supply company Quality Assurance Director Creed Bratton on NBC’s “The Office,” will be appearing in Shopland Hall at the Scranton Cultural Center at 4 p.m.
Advance tickets are $19 for general seating and $29 for preferred seating. General seating will be $25 at the door on the day of the event. Tickets can be purchased at the Fidelity Bank Box Office at the SCC (420 N. Washington Ave., Scranton), by calling 570-344-1111, or via all applicable Ticketmaster outlets. For additional information and a full schedule of events, visit sccmt.org.
Fans of “The Office” best know Creed Bratton as the disturbingly hilarious, popular character of the same name. What most do not know is, not only has he been acting since the late ’60s in films such as “Mask” and “Heart Like a Wheel,” he’s also a bona fide classic rocker extraordinaire and a founding member of the legendary rock band The Grass Roots, who created hits such as “Let’s Live for Today” and “Midnight Confessions.”
Since joining the cast of “The Office,” Bratton released a trio of solo albums – 2008’s “Creed Bratton,” 2010’s “Bounce Back,” and 2012’s “Tell Me About It.” Even with his busy TV acting schedule, including “Garfunkle and Oats,” “Franklin and Bash,” “Liz and Dick,” and in films such as “Terri,” “The Sound of Magic,” and “The Ghastly Love of Johnny X,” Bratton remains extremely active in music. His live one-man show is a perfect example of Creed’s ability to combine his immense musical talents with his unique, one-of-a-kind comedic mind.