Event DetailsThursday January 21, 2021 7:00 pm
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The Writers Guild of America, East invites you to attend
What’s Age Got to Do With It?:
A Panel from the Career Longevity Salon
Join us for a panel of accomplished writers, all over 50 who continue to work and thrive in their fields, about their experiences, what they do to stay on top of their game, and strategies that they use in the face of age discrimination. The panel will be moderated by Judy Tate.
Warren Leight is an American playwright, screenwriter, film director and television producer. He is best known for his work on LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT and LIGHTS OUT and as the showrunner for IN TREATMENT and LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT.
Jacqueline Reingold is an Executive Producer on CBS All Access’ THE GOOD FIGHT created by Robert and Michelle King. Other TV writing credits include GRACE AND FRANKIE, IN TREATMENT, BRAINDEAD, SMASH, and LAW & ORDER CI. Jacqueline is also a playwright and a founding member of Honor Roll! — an advocacy group of women playwrights over 40 whose goal is inclusion in the theater.
Henry Bean is a writer, screenwriter, and twice, a director. His credits include FALSE MATCH, INTERNAL AFFAIRS, DEEP COVER, THE BELIEVER, NOISE, and K STREET.
The Career Longevity Salon is organized by Courtney Simon and Judy Tate.
The Career Longevity Salon is an affinity group of writers over the age of 50, led by other WGAE members. Our focus will be on longevity in the workplace and we’ll tap the expertise of members who’ve created that in their workspaces and hear from others who have not.