Comedian James Judd, a critically acclaimed storyteller and frequent contributor to NPR's high-rated "Snap Judgment" show, will give you something to laugh about – himself – at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at the Community Arts Center. In his "'Now I Know' Show," the former member of The Groundlings in Los Angeles (a "Saturday Night Live" training ground) will share stories classified as "spectacular public embarrassments and utter failures" in his own loud, lightning-fast, nonstop style, resulting in a constantly engaging pileup of quips. The Bush Campus Center has a limited number of tickets available for $20 for Penn College students, staff and faculty in the orchestra section. Orders must be paid with cash, check or credit card; there are no refunds or exchanges. By purchasing at the Campus Center, the 4-percent service fee that the Arts Center box office charges will be waived. Be prepared for an evening of hilarious, dramatic and true stories accompanied by live music. For complete details and a video clip, visit the Arts Center website
. A wholly owned subsidiary of the college, the CAC is located at 220 W. Fourth St. in downtown Williamsport (just a few blocks from campus).