If you were the kind of person who randomly polled people about hypothetical situations and asked said people for their dream list of dinner party guests, it's a sure thing you'd hear the name David Sedaris a whole lot. He's the kind of witty, self-deprecating storyteller that instantly draws you in and keeps you erupting in laughter. Ever since he busted very full holiday guts around the country with his 1992 NPR broadcast of "SantaLand Diaries" -- his confessions of his time working as a department store elf -- Sedaris has been mining his life for hilarious observations in his massively selling books. If you want to get a piece of that dream dinner party experience, you won't want to miss this modern Mark Twain when he comes to Madison's Overture Center. He'll be telling all-new stories, taking your questions and signing copies of his new book, Theft By Finding Diaries (1977-2002).