March 16, 2011
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Ryan Murphy, Cocreator / Executive Producer
Dianna Agron, “Quinn Fabray”
Chris Colfer, “Kurt Hummel”
Jessalyn Gilsig, “Terri Schuester“
Jane Lynch, “Sue Sylvester”
Jayma Mays, “Emma Pillsbury”
Kevin McHale, “Artie Abrams”
Lea Michele, “Rachel Berry”
Cory Monteith, “Finn Hudson”
Heather Morris, “Brittany Pierce”
Matthew Morrison, “Will Schuester”
Mike O’Malley, “Burt Hummel”
Amber Riley, “Mercedes Jones”
Naya Rivera, “Santana Lopez”
Mark Salling, “Noah ‘Puck’ Puckerman”
Jenna Ushkowitz, “Tina Cohen-Chang”
And additional members of the cast and creative team
When the idiosyncratic nuttiness of Fox’s Glee comes together in one of its signature roof-raising musical numbers, a strange alchemy occurs, and the show delivers an aesthetic and emotional punch that looks and feels like nothing else on television. A rousing paean to the transformative powers of performance, Glee is distinguished by its layered, tonally fluid writing, dazzling cover versions (which have burned up the charts on iTunes), and winning performances from guest stars including Gwyneth Paltrow and Britney Spears and series regulars Matthew Morrison as the club’s dedicated leader, Lea Michele as the precociously talented and utterly irritating star of the group, and Jane Lynch as a psychotic cheerleading coach bent on the club’s destruction. We’re delighted to have Glee back for a second year at PaleyFest, and wish a slushie to the face of anyone who says otherwise.
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Individual tickets on sale to Members Jan. 21, to General Public Jan. 23 at 9:00 am PT.
General Public $75 / Members $60 Orchestra: $45 / $35
Mezzanine: $35 / $25
Balcony Front: $25 / $15
Balcony Rear: $25 / $15
Please note: Events and panelists are subject to change.