Iowa Universities To Host Virtual ‘An Evening With Dan Levy’
Ew David! If you don't get that reference, then that means you haven't seen one of the greatest shows of all time, Schitt's Creek.
Why do I bring up Schitt's Creek? Again, for those who live under a rock, Dan Levy, who is one of the co-creators and stars of the show will be joining all three major Iowa universities early April for a virtual discussion.
If you're a major Schitt's Creek fan, you're going to want to mark your calendar for this event. Dan Levy is co-hosting a virtual discussion with all three major Iowa universities, University of Iowa, Iowa State University, and the University of Northern Iowa, called 'An Evening with Dan Levy'.
'An Evening with Dan Levy' will take place on Friday, April 9, and will begin at 9 p.m. The website for this discussion doesn't say whether this is open to the public or not. I was able to access the stream live link just fine, and tickets on the Facebook event page say "free".
The stream link will be active at 8:45 p.m. You can find that stream live link here.
'An Evening with Dan Levy' is presented in partnership with Iowa's three public universities and moderated by students from all three schools. It is sponsored by the University of Iowa Late Night, Iowa Alumni & Friends, University of Iowa Center for Advancement with additional support provided by UI Department of English, Campus Activities Board, and UI Department of Cinematic Arts.
Information about Dan Levy according to the University Lecture Committee:
Daniel Levy is an Emmy® and Golden Globe winning writer, actor, director, and producer, best known for his work on one of the most beloved shows on television, Schitt’s Creek, which he co-created with his father Eugene Levy.
For its sixth and final season, the series received nine Emmy® wins, becoming the most awarded comedy series in a single year. The show also broke major records for being the first comedy or drama series to sweep all four acting categories and received the most wins for a comedy series in its final season.
Levy and his father were also the first father-son pair to win Emmys in the same year and Levy tied the record for most wins by an individual in a single season with four total wins.