In another strange twist to his media saturation, Charlie Sheen has announced he will be performing two sold out live shows in April called “Charlie Sheen Live: My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option”
The performance is expected to be a stage show but few details about the content are known. But fans didn’t seem to care as Ticketmaster says the shows both sold out in twenty minutes.
Performances are scheduled for April 2 & 3 in Detroit and Chicago but after the unexpected sellouts Uncle Charley has vowed to add more shows to his series.
In an act of giving, Sheen agreed to give $1 from each ticket to the Red Cross to assist in the Japan Earth Quake and Tsunami efforts. What a guy.
Sheen tried to explain it in his own “warlock” words:
“I’m going on the road। Live. Will there be surprises? Will there be guests? Will there be mayhem? Will you ask questions? Will you laugh? Will you scream? Will you know the truth? Will there be more? This is where you will hear the real story from the Warlock. Bring it. I dare you to keep up with me.”
Ticket prices ranged from $35-$70.
After an almost three week media blitz that never included a live audience, we hope Charlie is not disappointed by his fans reactions to his shows. He needs to be ready for a hostile crowd reaction if his words change little between now and April 2.
We’re not sure if these “fans” purchased their tickets to see a funny show – or to be front and center in the next phase of Sheen’s epic melt down.
I’ve seen every interview and read every story, and I got to tell you… I’m still not really sure what Charlie is trying to tell us. But then again, I’m not sure he knows what he is trying to say.
Sheen also launched his official website last week complete with a nut ball rant video and logo image.