Thursday, September 10, 2009

Love the Twilight Zone? Take a one-credit class

Explore the life and work of one of the most honored writers in television. Rod Serling was a key player in the “Golden Age of Television” (1950’s), creator of The Twilight Zone and Night Gallery, and author of many screenplays (Planet of the Apes, and Seven Days in May). Serling had a profound influence on American television, and you'll get a chance to learn about his struggles over censorship and sponsor control. Winner of six Emmy awards and numerous other accolades, he taught creative writing here in the School of Communications in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s.

Students enrolled in this course will get free admission to be expected to attend 4 1/2 hours of THE 2009 ROD SERLING CONFERENCE right here in the Park School on Oct 2-3.


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