The New Yorker is taking the cue from a lot of festivals that are happening in 2020 and going the virtual route. They’ve got quite an extensive line-up varying from all sorts of corners of culture that include conversations with Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and Elizabeth Warren, Ira Glass and Malcolm Gladwell, Fiona Apple, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and more.
We’d like to highlight one particular event where Natasha Lyonne and Maya Rudolph will be virtually chatting with The New Yorker’s Michael Schulman for a conversation that has simply been described as “laughing matters”. Rudolph is just coming off of an Emmy win today for her work in Big Mouth and Lyonne and Rudolph are such characters that this virtual panel discussion should be one to remember.
Lyonne and Rudolph’s talk with Schulman is slated for Fri. Oct. 9th at 3PM PT/6PM ET. Tickets are going for $19.95 and you can (and should) go get here.