You may know Creed Bratton as the ex-hippie employee from “The Office” who says whatever quirky thought is on his mind. Indeed, the real-life Creed Bratton does not stray too far from his depiction in the tv series. And he’s coming to Fremont Theater.
Bratton will be at the Fremont Theater Jan. 10 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., performing music and sharing stories from his counter-culture heydays.
Advanced admission and meet-and-greet tickets are already soldout for the show, but tickets are available for $24.96 online or at Boo Boo Records on Monterey Street.
Bratton was a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter in the 1960s psychedelic rock band The Grass Roots and has a catalogue of songs to perform that includes a lyrical version of the “The Office” theme song.
General engineering sophomore Peter Bishop was unaware that Bratton did stand-up shows and said he is excited to see him on-stage in January.
When asked about the actor’s style of humor, Bishop responded that Bratton is “super dry and really weird and surprising.”