Inside the Writers Room: The Creators Behind Glee Discuss the Show
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The last date listed for Inside the Writers Room: Glee was Monday July 12, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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I attended this event with my son, who is a writer. I love the show and was not disappointed with the discussion and the clips from the show (even if they didn't use my favorite...Lea Michelle singing "Don't Rain On My Parade"). I was very interested in hearing about how the show got it's start and where it might be heading. Great evening!
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EVERYTHING WAS GREAT, HANDLED VERY WELL AS FAR AS PARKING, PICKING UP TICKETS, THE VENUE AND STAFF ETC..
INTERESTING TO HEAR SOME OF THE BACK STORY AND BEHIND THE SCENE INFORMATION ABOUT THEIR CREATIVE PROCESS. THESE THREE GOOD LOOKING, SMART...
Ryan Murphy, Co-Creator & Executive Producer
Brad Falchuk, Co-Creator & Executive Producer
Ian Brennan, Co-Creator & Executive Producer
Though the show has posted blockbuster ratings, record iTunes sales, a sold-out concert tour, and has attracted the notice of everyone from Oprah to Obama, it is remarkable to think that this all happened during just its first season on the air. Even more astounding is that all 22 of the show’s episodes were written by just three people.
Glee is distinguished by its layered, tonally fluid writing, dazzling musical numbers, and winning performances from the likes of Matthew Morrison as the club’s dedicated leader, Lea Michele as the precociously talented and utterly irritating star of the group, and Jane Lynch as a psychotic cheerleading coach bent on the club’s destruction.