Actor-turned-trainwreck Charlie Sheen is going on tour. And he’s stopping in D.C. at DAR Constitution Hall on April 19. TBD‘s Amanda Hess isn’t pleased. After all, she is a “sex and gender” writer and clearly Charlie Sheen is no friend to women. She wants to know why DAR would even book Sheen for an appearance. (Aside from the whole “making money” thing, apparently.)
Hess reports that DAR rents itself publicly, and is obligated by law to book any show where there would be no damage to the building and no potential injury to members of the audience. “His behavior does not come under that kind of heading,” DAR’s manager Paul Guilderson told TBD. “We don’t expect that there’s anything he could do that would cause a problem to the building or the patrons.”
If you’d like to see Sheen, tickets are still available starting at $60 for tier seating. Meanwhile, you can meet the man, the myth, the legend, the warlock for the totally reasonable price of $575.