GOING ALL IN — Book Signing with Stephanie C. Lyons Keeley & Wayne J. Keeley at the New York Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, December 12th, Reception beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Time: 6:00-6:30 Check-in, Networking, and Refreshments
6:30-7:30 Stephanie and Wayne talk about their book and their co-authoring process followed by a Q & A
7:30 Stephanie and Wayne will be signing copies of their book (limited quantities available)
Location: NY Natas, 450 7th Avenue, Suite 808, New York, NY 10123
A tale of three suburban couples who, during a pummeling Connecticut Nor’Easter, start up a friendly game of Texas Hold’em. The impromptu get-together leads to the institution of rousing, alcohol-driven, bi-weekly poker nights. One evening on a lark, someone suggests an alternate payout – instead of playing for pocket change, the winner may choose a different player with whom to spend the night. Before long, everyone’s Going All In.
All too quickly, friendships are strained and relationships crumble. Lies are told, truths are exposed, and feelings are hurt. In the end, can anyone bear the weight of this wanton self-indulgence? They are six fully consenting adults, and this was supposed to be just for fun. No one could possibly get hurt; after all, it was only a game. Or was it?
Stephanie C. Lyons-Keeley and Wayne J. Keeley
Stephanie and Wayne have been Emmy judges and are award-winning writers, directors, producers, and bloggers. Stephanie was formerly a psychotherapist and is currently a professor of psychology. Wayne, a member of NATAS, is a four-time Emmy-nominated and two-time winning writer and producer, who also is the author of the legal thriller Mahogany Row. He is a media attorney and a professor of communications.
Together the married duo (who are parents to a blended brood of seven) pen “he-said/she-said” entertainment reviews and conduct artist interviews on their website, Pillow Talking. Stephanie and Wayne have combined their talents on myriad projects for film, theatre, and TV which are in various stages of development.