Tickets, including VIP tickets which include an invitation to a post-show reception with the cast, are still available through the Cincinnati Arts Association. Call 513-621-ARTS or visit their website: http://www.cincinnatiarts.org/index.jsp?eventDetail=1&event_id=1419
The first Cincinnati visit of the NPR quiz, Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me happens Thursday, October 24 at historic Music Hall. It’s taken seven years of asking, but WVXU is happy to finally welcome host Peter Sagal and announcer/scorekeeper Carl Kasell to town.
The three guest panelists for the Cincinnati live broadcast taping have been announced. They are:
Along with his frequent visits to Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me, Mo Rocca is an Emmy Award-winning American humorist, journalist and actor. He is a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning and the host and creator of My Grandmother's Ravioli on Cooking Channel.
Roxanne Roberts is a style writer for the Washington Post. She is co-author of "The Reliable Source" column with Amy Argetsinger, the paper's daily chronicle of Washington D.C.'s notables and society events.
TV viewers will no doubt recognize Peter Grosz as the driver in a series of successful commercials for the Sonic fast food chain. He is a writer and actor who spent three years writing for Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report.
The final missing name, the guest for the popular Not My Job segment, will be announced shortly.
Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me at Music Hall is presented by
The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation.