Kevin Smith’s Billings performance consolidated to one show

Kevin Smith brings his sardonic wit to the Babcock.

Though originally scheduled for a 7 p.m. and a 10 p.m. show, Kevin Smith’sSMODCAST LIVE” performance has been consolidated to one show at 7 p.m. Friday, April 30 at the Babcock Theatre in Billings.

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.

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