Feb 17,2012

Community and Mad Men PaleyFest2012 Details

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Alison will be attending Community’s PaleyFest2012 Panel. Details below:

Saturday, March 3, 2012
7:00 pm PT
Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills
In Person

Dan Harmon, Creator/Executive Producer
Russ Krasnoff, Executive Producer
Neil Goldman, Executive Producer
Garrett Donovan, Executive Producer
Joel McHale, “Jeff Winger”
Gillian Jacobs, “Britta Perry”
Yvette Nicole Brown, “Shirley Bennett”
Danny Pudi, “Abed Nadir”
Ken Jeong, “Senor Chang”
Jim Rash, “Dean Pelton”
Alison Brie, “Annie Edison”
Plus additional guests to be announced

#SixSeasonsandaMovie. Our beloved Community—one of the most formally daring, richly layered, and emotionally satisfying comedies ever to grace the small screen—faces an uncertain future. Please take this opportunity to join us in showing Greendale and its most exclusive study group some love as the cast and creative team convene to discuss the making of the show, the use of “Britta” as a verb, and the mysteries of Chang. If you’re any kind of Human Being, you’re already part of this community of slightly lost souls finding acceptance and purpose in the unlikeliest of places…no, not Cougarton Abbey. Attendance at this event counts as extra credit. Diorama optional.

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Here are Mad Men PalyFest2012 info if anyone is interested in attending:

Mad Men
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
7:00 pm PT
Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills
In Person

Matthew Weiner, Creator/Executive Producer
Jon Hamm, “Don Draper”
John Slattery, “Roger Sterling”
January Jones, “Betty Francis”
Vincent Kartheiser, “Pete Campbell”
Jared Harris, “Lane Pryce”
Rich Sommer, “Harry Crane”
Aaron Staton, “Ken Cosgrove”
Robert Morse, “Bertram Cooper”
Kiernan Shipka, “Sally Draper”
Moderator: Elvis Mitchell, Film Critic; Host, KCRW’s The Treatment
Plus additional guests to be announced

It is all but impossible to avoid hyperbole when discussing the AMC series Mad Men, one of the most stylish, literate, and ambitious programs in the history of the medium (the Emmys agree, having bestowed the Outstanding Drama Award on the show for each of its four seasons). Taking a critical look back at the freewheeling advertising industry of the 1960s, Mad Men has inspired fevered devotion in its fans with its seductive portrayal of the profligate lifestyle that characterizes the milieu and its searching, soulful examination of the changing values of the times and the human cost of the American Dream. A uniformly excellent ensemble, stunning visuals, and sophisticated storytelling have firmly established Mad Men as one of television’s finest series.

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One Response to “Community and Mad Men PaleyFest2012 Details”

  1. Comment by StarCam Michelle in 24 February 2012 @ 7:40 AM

    I would definitely go to both of these if I lived in Beverly Hills! I especially love Mad Men! Bert Cooper is my favorite! Robert Morse is such a great actor. We talked with him recently at the ACE Eddie Awards and found out he’s a huge Clint Eastwood fan! Watch our Robert Morse interview here! Thanks!

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