Tell Me Something I Don’t KnowNo upcoming concerts for Tell Me Something I Don’t Know
Other Upcoming Shows
Dweezil Zappa: Choice Cuts!
Anthony Jeselnik: Funny Games
The Bodega Boys Live Ft. Desus Nice & The Kid Mero
Dark Star Orchestra
Lil Rel Howery
The Fab Faux
Ledisi – Let The Love Rule Tour
Bonnie Prince Billy
Al Di Meola
David Cross “Oh Come On”
MIDDLEDITCH AND SCHWARTZ
#YES50: Celebrating 50 Years of YES
Frank Santos Jr.
The Adventure Zone Graphic Novel Live!
Back To The Eighties Show with Jessie’s Girl
Toad the Wet Sprocket
The Second City: Made in America
I Am Rapaport: Stereo Podcast Live
Whose Live Anyway?
Iliza: Elder Millennial
It’s Me Again: An Aparna Nancherla Tour
Blood, Sweat & Tears – 2018
*The Tuesday show of Tell Me Something I Don’t Know has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Refunds are available at point of purchase. The Wednesday and Thursday shows will go on as scheduled.*
Tuesday March 14
Dan Gilbert, Harvard psychologist and author of author of Stumbling on Happiness
John Maeda, designer, technologist, former president of RISD
Bethany Van Delft, comedian
Fact-checker: Jack Lepiarz, WBUR reporter
Wednesday March 15
Anupam Jena, physician and Harvard professor of health care policy
Christine Hurley, comedian
Evan Allen, Head Trainer for the New England Revolution
Fact-checker: Carey Goldberg, WBUR reporter
Thursday March 16
Ed Glaeser, Harvard economist
Amy Glasmeier. MIT professor of economic geography
Special guest comedian
Fact-checker: Mike Maughan, Qualtrics
Tell Me Something I Don’t Know is a live game show and podcast hosted by Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books and host of Freakonomics Radio. It has the same kind of factual, inquisitive journalism that has been a hallmark of Dubner’s work, but it’s disguised in the most entertaining, unexpected, and occasionally ridiculous conversation you’re likely to hear. Three celebrity panelists listen as contestants come on stage before a live audience and try to wow them with a fascinating fact — a historical wrinkle, a new line of research — anything, really, as long as it’s interesting, useful and true (or at least true-ish). There’s a real-time human fact-checker on hand to filter out the bull. The panel — an eclectic mix of comedians, brainiacs, and other smart people — poke and prod the contestants, and ultimately choose a winner.