Saturday, August 8, 2009

John Wells, Greg Garcia & more

Changing The World: One Story at a Time
Presented by Humanitas with the Writ ers Guild Foundation

Tues, Sept 15 @ 7:30 pm
Writers Guild Theater
135 S. Doheny Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90211

An evening of discussion with major Humanitas writers as they discuss how their work has made a difference. How has their work helped to change lives? How have their stories been used to effect educational or social change? Speakers include Kirk Ellis (Anne Frank, John Adams), Greg Garcia (My Name Is Earl), John Wells (ER, West Wing), Paris Qualles (A Raisin in the Sun) plus TBA. Moderated by John Horn (LA Times). Presented with Humanitas to benefit the Writers Guild Foundation Shavelson-Webb Library and other Foundation programs.

Tickets: $20 General; $15 WGA member; $10 Student with ID

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Dan Williams said...

Wow, what a great opportunity. So it would seem that these writers, whose work does make a difference, are probably very good with theme. So I guess the question is, how do they arrive at their themes? Newspapers? Politics? How do they know what to write about?

maria said...

i <3 john wells.

E Dot said...

I work with the WGF, so if anyone goes, feel free to say 'hello' to me there! I'll be the one selling the DVDs... :)

Schmetterling said...

I would have missed this, had you not posted it.

Rarin' to go.