35876re: television and social change
- Apr 7, 2014forwarding this on to all of you. If interested, check out brown bag tix.enjoy, Jackie Lerner"This promises to be an exciting evening. VP Biden has been quoted as saying that Will & Grace did more to advance acceptance of gays, lesbians, and marriage equality than almost anything else. He might be correct.
Tracy Poust is the sister of one of our Shir Tikvah members And many of you know David Sarasohn.JOIN us on April 12th at Wieden + Kennedy for Shir Tikvah's Arts and Letters talk:The Sitcom Evolution: television as a force for social change.Get tickets at: http://sitcom.brownpapertickets.com/
Oregonian columnist & humorist David Sarasohn interviews Tracy Poust, five time Emmy nominated writer behind Will & Grace, Ugly Betty and this season's Crazy Ones starring Robin Williams. They'll consider what makes us laugh or cry and why?
The doors open at 7:30 PM.Please feel free to pass this on to your friends. It would be great to see you there!"Anne