Actor-musician Creed Bratton, best known for his turn as the mysterious, creepy Dunder Mifflin employee of the same name on NBC's The Office, on Nov. 17 will bring his musical and comedy skills to Bethlehem.
Bratton is scheduled to headline the Fowler Blast Furnace Room, inside the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem, according to ArtsQuest's website. Tickets cost $15, $14 for ArtsQuest members in advance; $20 and $18 at the door.
In addition to his acting career, which he launched in the late 1960s, Bratton is a founding member of the band The Grass Roots, whose singles include "Let's Live for Today" and "Midnight Confessions." Bratton has released the solo albums Creed Bratton (2008), Bounce Back (2010) and Tell Me About It (2012).
He portrayed the embellished, fictionalized version of himself for nine seasons on The Office.