Youth Invited to Face to Face with Studio C October 19
Contributed By Marian Spencer, Church News staff writer
- Studio C is a comedy sketch show starring 10 faithful members of the Church.
- The cast will be answering questions submitted by youth from around the world.
- Youth leaders may show the event as an activity, or youth may watch from home.
“It’s so hard for us to frequently get out of Utah and do what we really want: meet and talk with friends and fans everywhere. Face to Face is allowing us to do that virtually, and we couldn’t be more excited.” —Natalie Madsen, Studio C cast member
The cast of Studio C will be appearing in the upcoming Face to Face event on Wednesday, October 19. Face to Face provides LDS youth with examples of how they can develop their individual talents and personalities to be a positive influence in the world.
Studio C is a sketch comedy series starring Whitney Call, Mallory Everton, Jason Gray, Matt Meese, Adam Berg, Stacey Harkey, Natalie Madsen, Stephen Meek, James Perry, and Jeremy Warner—all faithful members of the Church. With over 565 million total views on their YouTube channel, it’s one of the most popular original series on BYUtv. Amidst the downpour of crude humor in the entertainment industry, the show aims to produce clean comedy the whole family can enjoy.
The cast of Studio C will be answering questions submitted by youth from around the world. Youth may submit questions at face2face.lds.org or by using the hashtag #LDSface2face on Facebook and Instagram. Based on these questions, the cast will share their personal testimonies, tips on maintaining good standards, and insights on developing talents while staying true to the faith.
In anticipation for the event, Sister Madsen from the cast of Studio C said, “It’s so hard for us to frequently get out of Utah and do what we really want: meet and talk with friends and fans everywhere. Face to Face is allowing us to do that virtually, and we couldn’t be more excited.”
Brother Perry, best known for his character portrayals on the show, added, “I love performing because it’s a way that you can be someone else for a moment, but I’m really looking forward to being myself and answering questions as James and as a cast of real people who have had real challenges and learned real lessons along the way.”
Youth can watch the video on October 19 at 6:00 p.m. (Mountain Daylight Time) on the official event page, face2face.lds.org, or on the LDS Youth YouTube channel. Youth leaders may show the event as a Mutual activity, or youth can participate with their friends and family at home.
Youth are encouraged to come prepared to learn about what it means to be true disciples of Christ as we refine the gifts He has given us.