Everybody Loves Raymond - Inside the Writers' Room
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One of the leading chamber groups performing today, the Echo Award-winning Scharoun Ensemble Berlin features the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra's principal string and woodwind musicians. For this concert, these profoundly talented musicians will perform pieces written by Mozart and Beethoven, putting Alexander Bader's clarinet work on display. Septet, Op. 20 is one of Beethoven's most popular works and one of the finest septets ever written. The Scharoun Ensemble will also perform Mozart's Quintet for Clarinet in Strings, one of the composer's most beautiful chamber pieces. Learn More
Everybody Loves Raymond is a fun-filled evening with the creator and writers of America's favorite sitcom. Many of the writers from Raymond were successful stand-up comedians before they brought their comedic talents to the show. First presented at HBO's Aspen Comedy Festival, this night of laughs became one of the big hits of the festival.
Led by the show's creator, Phil Rosenthal, audiences are sure to be entertained by this cadre of award-winning Hollywood writers and story tellers in a rare live appearance. Here's your opportunity to ask the questions you've always wondered about. The show will feature TV clips on a full size movie screen from the hit sitcom, highlighting funny moments that each of these award-winning writers have helped to create, along with their entertaining and revealing commentary.
The hit CBS series Everybody Loves Raymond is now in its 9th season -- longevity only dreamt of by writers, network and studio executives alike. This year it is our pleasure to bring you inside the writer's room with the Emmy-nominated writers of this top rated series to experience the process of creating -- and keeping -- a comedy fresh, relevant and funny.