When: Thu., Feb. 26, 7 p.m. 2015
In the early ‘90s, Americans became aware of a condition affecting large portions of the population. First believed to be confined to the South, the condition known colloquially as “being a redneck” was obviously more widespread. Stand-up Jeff Foxworthy dedicated his life to touring the nation, providing audiences with an endless list of symptoms that might indicate a propensity toward the condition. Foxworthy went on to perform other community service projects including a campaign promoting “blue collars” and a program asking adults whether they had the intellectual capacity of fifth graders.