More info here: http://www.paleycenter.org/glee-premiere-in-los-angeles
Sounds fun, but few of us Hollywood drones can get over to Santa Monica by 7. :)
In other musical thoughts, I was thinking about the soundtrack to my writing sessions today. Now, I'm almost always opposed to including songs in scripts. There are just too many things that can go wrong:
1. The song will be old and overdone by the time people get around to reading your script
2. Your song will be too obscure and the reader won't know the song, which will take them out of your story and give them a negative feeling
3. You song will be too popular and if the reader's a music snob (as many Hollywood types are), they'll scoff at you
4. It's a waste of time because the music choices aren't up to you anyway
Still, you can have a lot of fun with music WHILE you're writing. Last night when I was writing the yay-we're-in-love part of my romcom screenplay, I rocked out to Michelle Branch, and it really put me in the zone. I'm totally thanking her when I get my Oscar. And you better believe I listened to some depressing crap at the end of act two when all the romance went to shit!