On the other hand, his tour is only two cities long. But, Sheen tells his in-house newsletter TMZ, more cities will now be added.
[UPDATE: Tuesday evening, Sheen added five more cities to is tour:
April 5: Cleveland — Playhouse Square
April 6: Columbus, Ohio — Palace Theatre
April 8: New York City — Radio City Music Hall
April 9: Wallingford, Conn. — Oakdale Theater
April 12: Boston — Agganis Arena]
One dollar from the sale of every ticket will be donated to the Red Cross and tagged to help victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Meanwhile, in addition to starring in the best NBC comedy no one is watching, “30 Rock,” and co-hosting “The Essentials” on Turner Classic Movies with Robert Osbourne, the multi-dimensional Alec Baldwin has added another gig to his resume: Charlie Sheen life coach.