For reasons nobody can explain, Seattle produces a disproportionate number of excellent solo performers. Two of them—Mike Daisey and Reggie Watts—will address Town Hall this evening, answering rarely articulated FAQs: Why am I here? What's the point? What's wrong with me? Reggie Watts is a beat-boxing marvel whose extemporaneous comedy sounds like an anthropologist from Alpha Centauri delivering a standup routine in Reno. Storyteller Mike Daisey rides two rails—tragic comedy and patriotic outrage—that identify him as a direct descendant of Mark Twain. Do not miss this performance. (Town Hall, 1119 Eighth Ave, 800-838-3006. 8 pm, $15–$18.)

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