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Ted E’s Farewell Tour

With great shock and sadness, the world has heard that show business great Ted E Bare, is planning to retire. As the undisputed star of David Strassman’s last tour, the Get Chucked Tour, and a host of earlier smash hits, Ted E Bare’s decision to quit is a shock to the international showbiz world, and to his legion of adoring fans.


Ted E’s Farewell Tour is a final chance for fans to pay tribute to Ted E Bare, witnessing his swan song performance. It will also provide an

opportunity for auditions to take place with the goal of finding a replacement character. “Too much stress” Ted E Bare said in an interview earlier and that he can’t take the stress of showbiz anymore. He has agreed to appear in one more show. As Strassman remarked, it gives fans an opportunity to honour Ted E Bare’s remarkable career.

Ted E Bare has struggled daily with the obligations of fame, and wishes to ease some personal pressure by spending quality time at home with his family. Ted E Bare says this is a journey he must take alone. He shrouds further details in mystery. More details though, are expected to come to light from close associates including David Strassman, Chuck Wood and Kevin the Alien.


Ted E Bare has paid a heavy toll for the glamorous lifestyle - a loss of privacy, constant struggles with the paparazzi, an intensive publicity and interview schedule, and possibly the most detrimental of all, a continually discordant relationship with one of the show’s co-stars, Chuck Wood.

Ted E's Farewell Tour
Venue: QPAC, Brisbane

Dates:  30/11/10 – 05/12/10
Cost:
$49.90–$59.90

Official Site:
www.qpac.com.au



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