In case you missed it…celebrated comedy writers and good friends Cindy Chupack and Annabelle Gurwitch discuss how they mine humor from heartbreak and humiliation, and whether it’s possible to find laughter in the time of Covid.
Moderated by Arlene Sarner, award-winning writer/producer.
Click Here to join us September 20 @ 11am PDT for our next Sunday Morning at The Braid virtual event, 3 PERSPECTIVES ON FORGIVENESS with guest lecturer, Shelley Hébert, exploring concepts of forgiveness in philosophy.
CINDY CHUPACK is a multiple Emmy award-winning TV writer/producer and director whose credits include Sex and the City, Better Things, Divorce, Modern Family, Everybody Loves Raymond, and I’m Dying Up Here. She recently directed her first feature, Otherhood, now available on Netflix. She has written two comic memoirs: The New York Times bestseller The Between Boyfriends Book: A Collection of Cautiously Hopeful Essays, and The Longest Date: Life as a Wife. Now divorced, her latest “chapter” was recently published in Katie Couric’s newsletter, an essay called Love in the Time of Covid-19.
ANNABELLE GURWITCH is an actress, activist and New York Times bestselling author of I See You Made an Effort, Wherever You Go, There They Are, and Fired! She’s written for The New York Times, WSJ, The New Yorker, The LA Times, Hadassah, Los Angeles Magazine and Time Magazine’s Ten Ideas Changing the World issue. A finalist for the LA Press Club Excellence in Journalism Award, she is the longtime co-host of Dinner & a Movie on TBS, and an NPR contributor. Her next book, You’re Leaving When? Adventures in Downward Mobility comes out in 2021.