Thanks to an endowed gift from one of Millikin’s alums, the biennial Goodheart Event takes place once again!
Seth Meyers returns for his eleventh season as a SNL cast member and his sixth season as both head writer and “Weekend Update” anchor.
As the sole “Weekend Update” anchor, Meyers charms audiences as he lampoons top news stories and entertains fan favorite guests including the outlandish and über trendy correspondent “Stefon” as well as the perpetually ill-prepared singing duo “Garth and Kat.” Before focusing his attention solely on “Update,” Meyers was a regular player in sketches, performing numerous characters.
A graduate of Northwestern University, he studied and performed at ImprovOlympic (where many SNL cast members and writers got their start) before moving on to the Boom Chicago Theater in Amsterdam, Holland. His acclaimed show "Pick-ups and Hiccups" with partner Jill Benjamin toured Europe and eventually caught the eye of "SNL."
Most recently, Meyers returned to host the 2011 ESPY Awards on ESPN and headlined the 2011 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner to rave reviews.
Meyers currently resides in New York City. His birthday is December 28.
Tickets for Millikin Students will go on sale Thursday, February 28 at 10am at Kirkland’s Box Office. Bring your Millikin ID to receive 1 free ticket and up to 2 additional tickets for $10 each (regular $25).
Tickets for Millikin faculty, staff, and contracted employees will go on sale Thursday, March 7 at 10am at Kirkland’s Box Office. Bring your Millikin ID to receive 1 free ticket and up to 2 additional tickets for $20 each (regular $25).
Tickets for the public will go on sale Thursday, March 14 at $25 a ticket. Public tickets will be available at the box office, by phone, or online.
** All Millikin University student comp tickets must be claimed by March 25 at 5pm. There is a $2.50 transaction fee for all credit card purchases.
** Doors will open at 7pm the night of the event. No food/drink, flash photography, or video recording devices allowed in the auditorium. Kirkland staff reserves the right to search bookbags, bags, or purses.