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(May 31) WYATT CENAC’S PROBLEM AREAS Screening + Q&A and Reception
The Writers Guild of America, East
invites you and one (1) guest to attend a screening of
Plus a Q&A with host Wyatt Cenac
and executive producer Hallie Haglund.
Followed by a reception.
WGA Member Event (RSVP Required)
Thursday, May 31, 7:00pm
Alamo Drafthouse Brooklyn
445 Albee Square West #4, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Join Wyatt Cenac (PEOPLE OF EARTH, BROOKLYN, ARCHER) host of HBO’s WYATT CENAC’S PROBLEM AREAS and Executive Producer Hallie Haglund (THE DAILY SHOW) as they discuss the creative process behind their new late-night show.
WYATT CENAC’S PROBLEM AREAS follows the Emmy® and WGA Award-winning comedian and writer as he explores America’s most pressing issues. Wyatt spends the season looking at issues through the prism of policing as he investigates a wide range of issues including training, mental health, restorative justice, community policing, accountability, etc. Documentary-style field reports serve as the focal point of each episode. These segments take Wyatt around the country, from suburban Minneapolis to downtown Cincinnati to rural Texas, and Skid Row in Los Angeles as he investigates systemic issues from his unique perspective.
This invitation is nontransferable, seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please arrive at least 30 minutes early.
Screenings are overbooked to compensate for no-shows.
RSVPs do not guarantee seating, and no one will be admitted once the film has started.
RSVP Cancellation Policy
We understand that unplanned issues can come up and you may need to cancel your attendance at a screening. If that happens, you must provide at least five (5) hours advance notice to allow the accommodation of other members on the waiting list. Cancellations must be made by emailing email@example.com; phone cancellations will not be accepted.
After missing three screenings without sending a cancellation notice to firstname.lastname@example.org within the defined window, you will be notified that you have been placed on a three-month hiatus from attending WGAE screenings.
Please note that is your responsibility to track your reservations and strikes. You will only be notified upon your third and final strike that you have been placed on hiatus.
Our priority is ensuring that our programming is robustly attended and accessible to all members. We hope this policy will enable us to better serve the needs of all members.