Satire and Humor Festival: In Conversation + Diversity In Humor Panel

SAT // MAR 23 // 03:00PM

The Satire and Humor Festival is a weekend-long celebration for writers, readers, and lovers of humor and satire. Created to showcase and cross-pollinate the work of writers at every level, the festival brings together a creative community. Shows, panels, and workshops will feature writers and editors from across print, web, film and TV. Attendees will get out from behind their laptops and rub elbows with the best in the world of satire and humor in a fun, accessible, and not-frightening-for-introverts way.


In Conversation

A conversation between the most interesting and accomplished writers, editors, and creators in the comedy writing world. Our guests will share their processes, experiences, and tips. A great chance to hear from and ask questions of the best!

FEATURING: Emma Allen, cartoon and humor editor at The New Yorker and Jen Spyra, writer for The Late Show, The Onion and The New Yorker, talking about their process, their experience, and much more! 

 

Diversity In Humor Panel

A probing discussion and Q&A about diversity in the humor and satire world, why and how a diversity of voices benefits, as well as advice and thoughts from experienced and talented writers, editors, and more.

 


Doors 3:00pm / Show 3:30pm
Tickets: $25 adv / $30 door
Festival Pass: $75 for all three shows
*Early Bird Festival Pass - available through 1/31 only*: $65
21+

The Satire and Humor Festival Pass gives you access to all Satire And Humor Festival events at Caveat. Events and workshops outside of Caveat may require separate purchase. For information on events during the weekend please visit satireandhumor.com

 


REFUND POLICY: Tickets maybe be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours we may take exchanges for other events at our discretion. No refunds after the event.

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