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Tue Oct 17 // 7:30 pm

Dedicate It with Improv Everywhere’s Charlie Todd

Presented by Caveat

A private message in plain sight.

Dedicate It is a live show and podcast that zeroes in on the dedication page. Come hear host Emily Ludolph find the stories about the people and experiences that motivate our favorite writers, musicians, and scientists. Dedicate It examines the greatest dedications in history, holds intimate conversations with the people we admire most about the people they admire most, and opens the door for everyone to make a dedication to someone who got them where they are today.

If you dedicated something you were proud of, what would it be? Who would you dedicate it to? Come tell us Tuesday, October 17th.

Guest: Improv Everywhere founder Charlie Todd

Doors 7:00, show at 7:30. 21+

Listen to the Podcast Trailer below.  Dedicate It Podcast officially launching October 18th!

Charlie Todd is the founder of Improv Everywhere, producing and directing the group’s work for over fifteen years. His projects for Improv Everywhere have received over 400 million views on YouTube. Charlie also works as a television producer, serving as creator and executive producer for Improv Everywhere’s television pilot for NBC, and more recently as executive producer for MTV’s late night comedy, The Middle of the Night Show. Charlie is a long-time performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and the author of Causing a Scene, a book about Improv Everywhere.

 

Emily Ludolph is an alum of TED Conferences, where she shepherded business speakers to the stage as part of the TED Institute program. She has produced full cast recordings of American plays as part of the radio show and podcast Playing on Air. In her time working in the American Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art she developed an attachment to Alexander Hamilton's fifteen-foot-tall clock. Before that, Emily and the BEAT Festival programmed Brooklyn performers in nontraditional spaces. Her favorite job of all has been coaching high school juniors on personal essays for their college applications. She has published in Design Observer, Quartz, and Narratively, and is a graduate of Vassar College.