This program will be rescheduled to a later date in light of public-health concerns related to COVID-19. Writers Bloc Presents will announce a new date as soon as possible; please check writersblocpresents.com for updates. If you have already purchased tickets to this program, Brown Paper Tickets will automatically provide you with a refund. Thank you for your understanding.
Writers Bloc Presents® at the Skirball! Julie Andrews is infinitely more than the sum of Mary Poppins and Maria von Trapp. Those iconic roles, which lit up screens less than one year apart, launched her film career and turned her into a legend. She now pulls the curtain back to share what went on behind the scenes. Her memoir, Home Work, chronicles Andrews’s experience in Hollywood, and in her personal life. It’s honest, funny, and sometimes painful as she reveals her challenges with her brilliant late husband, Blake Edwards, as well as with her blended family. Many of her films are cultural touchstones; Home Work reminds us of Andrews’s grace, humor, and extraordinary talent.
This program has been cancelled in light of public-health concerns related to COVID-19. If you have already purchased tickets to this program, you will be contacted by the Skirball regarding a ticket refund. Thank you for your understanding.
Join fellow food lovers for a deli extravaganza! With after-hours access to the newly launched exhibition "I'll Have What She's Having": The Jewish Deli, this opening-weekend celebration features deli stories from Phil Rosenthal, host of the Netflix series Somebody Feed Phil, and Los Angeles Times Food Editor, Peter Meehan, as well as music from folk troubadours Zingarella. Part nostalgia, part cultural history, this special evening includes a selection of mouthwatering samples from the finest delis in the country.