11 AM | Check-in
11:30 AM | Opening remarks by the festival’s producers
12 PM | Women’s News, Feminized.
Sarah Pappalardo and Taylor Carron from Reductress — women’s news, feminized — discuss the art of humor writing.
1 PM | Hollywood, Baby!
Princeton alum Amy Solomon (HBO’s Silicon Valley and Barry) talks working as a young TV producer in L.A.
1:45 PM | Where are the Ladies in Late-Night???
Join Princeton alum Halcyon Person as she talks about the male-dominated environment of late-night television and her experience as a director and producer for Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.
2:30 PM | Short Break
2:30 PM | Getting involved in (and #Bettering) Comedy on Your Campus
Students are encouraged to attend this casual conversation about getting involved with comedy at Princeton during the short break.
3 PM | I’m a professional improv comedian, and I’m a woman of color!
Conversation with Lily Du, Alise Morales and Rachel Pegram about the accessibility of improv comedy and their personal comedy journeys as women of color in an industry that is largely white-dominated.
4 PM | Nanette: Where do we go from here?
Before our dinner break, Professor Brian E. Herrera leads an open conversation about how Hannah Gadsby’s comedy special Nanette has challenged the future of comedy.
5 PM | Dinner Break
7 PM | The Literal Future of Comedy
Hosted by Princeton alum Catherine Cohen. Amazing lady comedians prove that they are literally the future of comedy.
8:30 PM | Fancy AF Reception
9:30 PM | Tiger Mag’s Variety Show (optional)