What's the deal with Jerry Seinfeld? He's only on some tiny little sitcom from the '90s. It's probably on TV at any given hour of any given day, so it's not like it was popular or anything. But before all that, and before all the millions and millions of dollars, he was a pretty funny stand-up comedian, and every once in a while he'll get back to his roots and hit the road, and the North Charleston Performing Arts Center will be acting as a comedy club when Seinfeld makes a stop in the Lowcountry. If you'd like to get a taste of what you can expect from his act — there will be no George, Elaine, or Kramer — visit his website, jerryseinfeld.com. He's using it as an archive, posting three new jokes every day from the entire span of his career, from late-night TV in the '80s to the best clips from the show. It'll amp you up for seeing him in person.
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