retro tv imageStudents give virtual comedic presentations for the final project as part of the spring Princeton Atelier course “Baby Wants Candy: Creating Comedy for Television,” led by critically acclaimed comedy writer Al Samuels and comedian and Princeton alum Zach Zimmerman ’10.

In the course, students participated in the in-process television pitch used by Samuels’ cutting-edge improvisation group, Baby Wants Candy, including finalizing concept and script and developing a strong pitch to present to networks and media outlets.

Baby Wants Candy will present their pitch package at 1:30 p.m., followed by a presentation of four original student concepts/short bits.

This event is open to Princeton students, faculty and staff. Visit our Virtual Events Page for the Zoom ID to join this event; participants will need to log in to this page with Princeton University ID to gain access.




Presented By

  • Princeton Atelier
  • Program in Creative Writing
  • Program in Theater
  • Program in Visual Arts