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Wed October 4 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Keegan-Michael Key & Elle Key

Keegan-Michael Key & Elle Key in conversation with Helena Andrews-Dyer at Sixth & I

Building on the success of their Webby award–winning hit podcast “The History of Sketch Comedy,” the creative powerhouse team of Elle Key and Keegan-Michael Key present an inventive and informative examination of comedy through the ages in The History of Sketch Comedy: A Journey Through the Art and Craft of Humor.

In conversation with Helena Andrews-Dyer, award-winning culture reporter for The Washington Post and author of Bitch is the New Black and The Mamas: What I Learned About Kids, Class, and Race From Moms Not Like Me.

This program will run approximately 1 hour.

Virtual attendees will receive the event access link 3 times: 48 hours, 2 hours, and 10 minutes before the event begins. A recording of the talk will become available the following business day and will be accessible for the next 72 hours. Virtual ticket buyers will be emailed instructions for accessing the recording.

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