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An Evening with Diane Rehm

WHAT: WMFE presents An Evening with Diane Rehm
DATE: Thursday, June 9, 2016
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Bob Carr Theater – 401 W. Livingston St., Orlando, FL 32801
TICKET INFORMATION:
Reserved Seating Ticket: $75
Reserved Seating Ticket + Pre-Show Meet-and-Greet Pass: $120 NO LONGER AVAILABLE

PLEASE NOTE: PRE-SALE OF TICKETS HAS ENDED. IF YOU NEED TICKETS, A LIMITED QUANTITY WILL FOR SALE AT THE BOB CARR THEATER BOX OFFICE BEFORE THE SHOW. 

IF YOU HAVE ANY TICKET ISSUES, CALL MEMBER SERVICES AT 407-514-1750 BEFORE 3 P.M. TODAY, OR COME TO THE BOB CARR THEATER BOX OFFICE BEFORE THE SHOW.

Note: If you requested tickets after May 31, 2016, they can be picked up at the Will Call Window of the Bob Carr Theater on the evening of the event.

Diane Rehm, the host of the award-winning public affairs and call-in program The Diane Rehm Show, will speak in Orlando on June 9, at the Bob Carr Theater.

Attend An Evening with Diane Rehm to hear her personal reflections on her 35-year run as host as well as timely analysis of the 2016 election. Have burning questions for Rehm? A Q-and-A session will follow her presentation.

These tickets are hot, and the sooner you get them, the closer you’ll be to the stage!

ABOUT DIANE REHM:

Diane Rehm is coming to Orlando on June 9. Photo Credit Glogau Photography.

Diane Rehm is coming to Orlando on June 9. Photo Credit Glogau Photography.

For more than 35 years, Diane Rehm has hosted her award-winning public affairs and call-in program, The Diane Rehm Show, which features lively and thoughtful conversations with many of the world’s most distinguished people.

Each week, more than 2.2 million listeners across the country tune in to The Diane Rehm Show, which has grown from a local morning call-in show to one of public broadcasting’s most popular programs. It has been called one of the most interesting talk shows in the country, according to Newsweek magazine. National Journal says Rehm is “the class act of the talk radio world.”

In 2010, Diane Rehm won a Peabody Award, widely considered among the most prestigious and selective prizes in electronic media, for her more than 30 years in public broadcasting. In 1998, Rehm’s career nearly ended because of spasmodic dysphonia, a neurological voice disorder that causes strained, difficult speech. Rehm sought treatment, returned to the show, and called attention to the condition.

The Diane Rehm Show logoAfter an incredible run hosting her morning radio show, Rehm announced in December that she is considering her plans for the future. She will continue to host The Diane Rehm Show at least through the 2016 presidential elections. She is contemplating a variety of options after leaving the program, including a speaker series, or possibly a new show or podcast.

Rehm is the author of four autobiographical books, including her most recent book, On My Own (Deckle Edge 2016), in which she speaks out about the long drawn-out death (from Parkinson’s) of her husband of fifty-four years, and of her struggle to reconstruct her life without him.

Rehm is a native Washingtonian who began her radio career in 1973 as a volunteer producer for WAMU 88.5, the NPR Member Station in Washington, D.C. Visit drshow.org for more information.

What Listeners Say:
“Diane asks all the right questions without the distractions. She paints a picture better than any photograph or video clip on television ever could.”

“The depth of discussion, the fact that you (Diane) allow speakers time to make a point without rushing them to conclusion, as well as lively presentation of disparate points of view, make your show the finest public affairs shows on the air.”

You can hear the show weekdays from 10 a.m. to noon on 90.7 WMFE.

TICKET INFORMATION:
Reserved Seating Ticket: $75
Reserved Seating Ticket + Pre-Show Meet-and-Greet Pass: $120 NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Thank you to our sponsors, NemoursWindow World of Central Florida and Don Mealey Sport Subaru!

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

How is seating determined? It is first-come, first-served reserved seating.

When will I get my tickets? If you request tickets on or before May 31, they will (or have been) mailed to the address you provided. If you request tickets after May 31, 2016, your tickets will be held at the Will Call Window of the Bob Carr Theater, to be picked up on the evening of the event. Please bring a photo I.D. Questions? Call 407-514-1750 (Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.) or email wmfe@wmfe.org.

How do I give these tickets as a gift? We can email you a gift certificate for your recipients – Just email wmfe@wmfe.org with “Diane Rehm” in the subject line or call 407-514-1750. (Note: The certificate is not a ticket. Your tickets will mail before the show).

How do I contact the WMFE Member Services? Either via phone at 407-514-1750 (Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.) or by email: wmfe@wmfe.org.

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