Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! Live
NPR's Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! -- Live Screening at Symphony Space
Symphony Space presents a screening of the hilarious weekly news quiz from NPR and Chicago Public Radio, Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!
Normally you can only experience the show via the radio or if you can manage to attend a live taping. This month, the show is doing a live taping that will be screened in select cinemas around the country to give fans the opportunity to see the faces behind the voices we've come to know and love. Each week on the radio, host Peter Sagal along with sidekick Carl Kasell and company take a fast-paced, irreverent look at the week's events while a talented array of guest panelists compete in game show-style challenges to earn points to see who will be declared this week's winner. Guest panelists for the screening are stand-up comedian Paula Poundstone, political satirist Mo Rocca and radio personality Tom Bodett. They will be joined for the "Not My Job" segment by celebrity guest Steve Martin.
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The last date listed for Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! Live was Thursday June 20, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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