Aug 27

Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg in Conversation with Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert at 92Y

Join Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg in conversation with “The Colbert Report’s” Stephen Colbert as they discuss their new book How Google Works—an insider’s look at Google’s unique culture, values and strategies. Find out how Google has changed the way we work and redefined what it takes to be successful in today’s business environment.

Date: Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 at 8:30PM
Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
Venue: Kaufmann Concert Hall
Tickets: from $40.00

Aug 03

Stephen Colbert to Host Ad Council’s 61st Annual Public Service Award Dinner

The Ad Council, the largest producer of public service advertisements (PSAs) in the U.S., announced today that its 61st Annual Public Service Award Dinner will honor FedEx Chairman and CEO Frederick W. Smith and Stephen Colbert will host. The event will be held on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.
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Apr 01

Julie Taymor and Stephen Colbert in Conversation

Montclair Film Festival

Event Description: Julie Taymor is a Tony Award-winning director and an Academy Award-nominated director whose productions include musicals, plays, classical operas, and films. Hailed as one of the most imaginative and provocative directors and designers working in the arts today, Taymor’s work includes Theatre for a New Audience’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Broadway’s all-time highest grossing show, The Lion King, as well as the films Titus, Frida, Across the Universe, and The Tempest. In this conversation with Stephen Colbert, she talks about her directorial work moving between stage and screen.

Venue: Montclair Kimberley Academy
Date: Sunday, May 4th at 1:30 PM
Tickets: [Link]

Apr 01

Dave Itzkoff in Conversation with Stephen Colbert

Montclair Film Festival

Event Description: Every viewing of the television satire Network reveals different aspects of its brilliance, from the razor-sharp script of Paddy Chayefsky to the stellar performances of Peter Finch, William Holden, Faye Dunaway, and Robert Duvall.

After this retrospective screening, stay for a conversation between Stephen Colbert and Dave Itzkoff, author of the new book Mad As Hell, about the making of Network.

Film: ‘Network’ (1976)
Venue: Montclair Kimberley Academy
Date: Saturday, May 3rd at 6:30 PM
Tickets: [Link]

Mar 29

Stephen Colbert Featured in ‘A Swell Party With Moss Hart And Friends’

Performance-only tickets are now on sale to the general public for ACT TWO: A SWELL PARTY WITH MOSS HART AND FRIENDS, An Evening of Songs Sketches, Scenes and More Celebrating the Genius of Moss Hart, Monday April 21 at 8pm at the Vivian Beaumont Theater (150 West 65 Street). Performers scheduled to appear in the entertainment, which will serve as the centerpiece of Lincoln Center Theater’s Annual Benefit and which will be directed by Bartlett Sher, are Victoria Clark, Stephen Colbert, David Garrison, Malcolm Gets, Reneé Elise Goldsberry, Byron Jennings, Kelli O’Hara, Steven Pasquale, and Lewis J. Stadlen.

Performance-only tickets to the 1 hour 15 minute show, priced at $77 for side orchestra seats and $52 for loge seats, are available at the Lincoln Center Theater box office, at or by visiting

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Feb 13

Stephen and Evelyn Colbert Attend the State Dinner

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Bradley Cooper, Stephen Colbert Among Dinner Guests

Attending Tuesday’s State Dinner along with lawmakers and cabinet members, are a list of celebrities, sports stars and civil rights activists.

Headlining the dinner is musician Mary J. Blige, who will perform for the guests. While she told reporters that her last name is French, Blige didn’t disclose what songs she will sing.

Hollywood has a strong showing for the dinner, which will honor French President Francois Hollande. [...] Comedy Central show host Stephen Colbert — who will be seated at the head table with the Obamas and Hollande — and actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who portrays fictional vice president on HBO’s “Veep,” are in attendance.

Source: Politico.

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Dec 25

A Message from Stephen Colbert to be Featured in ‘WWE Tribute to the Troops’

WWE Tribute to the Troops Logo

WWE Tribute to the Troops is considered the most patriotic show on television. In the grand tradition of Bob Hope, WWE has been entertaining American military personnel both overseas and in the U.S. for more than a decade. In recognition of these efforts, WWE received the first-ever Legacy of Hope Award, named after Bob Hope, in 2004. This year, the holiday tradition will be hosted by “Access Hollywood’s” Michelle Beadle and will include special messages from some of the biggest names in Hollywood, such as Will Ferrell, Bruce Willis, Ryan Seacrest, Christina Applegate and Stephen Colbert. Additionally, comedian Jeff Dunham will perform live for troops and their families.

The event will emanate from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wa., which is the largest operational base in the world and houses more than 100,000 civilians, troops and family members from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. This celebration at Joint Base Lewis-McChord will be the first time WWE has partnered with the United States Air Force for its annual holiday celebration. WWE worked closely with Washington State Governor Jay Inslee in selecting the joint base for this show.

The 11th annual WWE Tribute to the Troops holiday celebration that will air as a one-hour television special on Saturday, December 28, at 8/7 CT on NBC.

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Nov 26

Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon Let Loose to Benefit Montclair Film Festival

Two lions of late night TV — Emmy and Peabody Award winner Stephen Colbert and Emmy and Grammy Award winner Jimmy Fallon — sang, joked, improvised and answered questions for about two hours at a fundraiser for the 2014 Montclair Film Festival last night. Some 2,600 fans filled the plush NJ Performing Arts Center on a frigid Sunday evening.The fun and freewheeling event kicked off with a 20-minute montage of Colbert and Fallon bits that aired on their shows — including their “Sugar Cone of Love” and “Somewhere Out There” duets.

Seated onstage in two leather chairs, Colbert asked Fallon questions about his comic influences, the Smothers Brothers and Rodney Dangerfield (“one of the greatest comedians of all time”), the hardest part of his day (“when you don’t have any bits”) and taking over the Tonight Show (Jay Leno advised him his monologues should be about 10 minutes because some people will only get their news from you). The two were playful with the audience (a woman who complained of bad seats on Twitter was called down to the stage) and each other, with Colbert saying of Fallon’s move to the Tonight Show “I feel zero competition from you. I’m not worried about ratings, I’m on basic cable.”

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