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Goldenberg and More to Discuss Adapting Harry Potter

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Posted by: Melissa
February 09, 2006, 03:18 PM

On April 11, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix screenwriter Michael Goldenberg, Salon.com critic Stephanie Zacharek, and Monica Edinger, teacher from the Dalton School who has authored of a number of books and articles on children's literature, will take part in "Harry Potter: From Page to Screen," a discussion at NYC's Makor Center. I will be moderating the panel, something I'm thrilled and honored to announce.
Update: Some of you have been having trouble with the site - you can call 212.415.5500 to reserve tickets as well. Thanks!

We will discuss adapting Harry Potter, and the unique challenges it presents and has presented - and you're all invited! For those who want to come, get your tickets soon: there are only 72 seats. Information about attending is at this link; tickets are $15 and may be purchased online.

Harry Potter: From Page to Screen
Tue, April 11, 2006
7:30 p.m.
Steinhardt Building, 35 West 67th Street

We'll bring you more news on the discussion panel as it develops; until then, see you there!

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