Arts + Entertainment

Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown Is Coming to Boston

He'll be performing Karamo Live! at the Shubert Theatre in March.


Karamo Brown arrives at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

You’ve seen him dole out life advice on Queer Eye—serving as cultural and inspirational guide to men in need of serious pep talks along with their rehabbed apartments and outfits—and now you can see him live.

Karamo Brown, star of the wildly popular Netflix reboot, is headed to Boston on March 23 to perform his new show Karamo Live! at the Boch Center Shubert Theatre.

The former social worker, reality star, and TV host has just published his memoir Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing and Hope. His performance will blend personal stories with audience interaction and what sounds like motivational speaking, according an announcement from the Boch Center.

“With a spirit of candor and an intention to inspire, Karamo will share insights from his life experiences,” it says. “With sensitivity and encouragement, he will lead audience members through a conversation that broaches topics such as how to use your uniqueness to create success, how to leverage post-traumatic stress symptoms, and how to create awareness and change to make your mark in the world.”

Tickets start at $35 and will be available for sale on the Boch Center website February 1.

He’s not the only member of the five-man Queer Eye crew making an appearance in Boston this year. Co-star Jonathan Van Ness is slated to appear at Boston’s Museum of Science on February 27 to record an episode of his podcast. Sorry, though: Those tickets sold out in minutes.