Known for his sarcastic and brutal humor on screen and on stage, Smith is making limited appearances across the nation and will give a spoken word performance themed around his podcast “SMODCAST,” which he records weekly with producer/partner Scott Mosier. The Billings appearance is one of only six stops on the “SMODCAST LIVE” tour.
Best-known as Silent Bob, the actor/director/social commentator got his start in the film industry with “Clerks” (featuring the Silent Bob character) in 1994, a movie that acted as a springboard to Smith’s career. He followed “Clerks” with “Mallrats in 1995,” and has directed such classic films as the love drama “Chasing Amy,” “Dogma,” a controversial film about Christianity, and “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back,” featuring the original characters Jay and Silent Bob, which Smith created in “Clerks.”
Tickets are $25 and avaliable at Ernie November, Rimrock Mall, by phone at 800-514-ETIX or online at 1111presents.com. Regardless of time, all tickets purchased previously will be honored.