An Evening with Jennette McCurdy

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Date(s) - 11/03/2022
8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

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Join Pitt Program Council for “An Evening with Jennette McCurdy” on Thursday, November 3rd at 8:30 pm in the Assembly Room of the WPU! The event will include a 45-minute moderated Q&A and 15 minutes for audience questions.

Tickets are free and can be picked up in the Pitt Program Council office (Room M-30 of the WPU) starting on Thursday, October 20th at 8:00 AM while supplies last. People cannot be in the WPU before 8:00 AM. Anyone in the building prior to 8:00 AM will be asked to leave and moved to the back of the line. People should line up outside of the WPU at the handicap/accessibility entrance on the left side of the front entrance (Fifth Avenue side of WPU) and the line should go down the ramp.
You are able to pick up 2 tickets but both you and the person you get a ticket for will have to present your Pitt IDs at the door on the night of the event. For those that didn’t get tickets, there will be a stand-by line on the day of the event.

All Pitt Program Council events are open to all undergraduate Pitt students with a valid (Oakland) Student ID. Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Pitt Program Council at mailto:ppc@pitt.edu or by phone at 412-648-7900 for proper accommodations.

***Trigger/Content Warning: This event may contain emotionally difficult content dependent on participants’ discussions.

New York Times Bestselling Author Jennette McCurdy has been showcasing her multitude of talents for over 20 years, with more than 100 credits under her belt between film and TV. Most recently, Jennette has chronicled the unflinching details surrounding her life and rise to fame in her newly released memoir I’m Glad My Mom Died. In the inspiring book of resilience and independence, Jennette uses candor and dark humor as she dives into her struggles as a former child actor—including eating disorders, addiction, and a complicated relationship with her overbearing mother—and how she retook control of her life.

Having rose to fame at a young age, Jennette starred in two of Nickelodeon’s biggest shows, iCarly and the spinoff Sam & Cat. Once she graduated from those shows, she quickly broke into much more adult roles, playing the lead in the dark and edgy Netflix mystery series Between and R-rated Hulu comedy Little Bitches.