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Non-Motivational

February 26, 2014

March 3rd Non-Motivational Speaker Series: State of the Sitcom

The Non-Motivational Speaker Series returns to The Gallery at LPR on March 3rd with a night devoted to perhaps the most non-motivational art form out there: the sitcom. Saul Austerlitz, author of Sitcom: A History in 24 Episodes from I Love Lucy to Community; and Jennifer Armstrong, who wrote Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted and has a forthcoming book about Seinfeld; will be joined by Slate's television critic Willa Paskin in a roundtable panel discussion. Please provide your own laugh track.

Read Gelf's interview with Austerlitz here.

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Event Details:

The Gallery at LPR (Official site, map)
158 Bleecker St. (between Sullivan St. and Thompson St.)
New York, NY 10012
Blocks from A/C/E/B/D/F/M/N/R/1/6 trains

Doors open at 7.
Event starts at 7:30.
FREE!
Attendees must be 21 or older, as per Le Poisson Rouge rules. (Email adamr@gelfmagazine.com if you are under 21 and would like to attend. The farther in advance, the better; no guarantees.)

Questions? Suggestions for future events? Email adamr@gelfmagazine.com.

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