For West Wing Weekend we wanted to do something unique for a fan convention and provide our attendees and fans around the world with an unprecedented amount of documentation of the experience. Thanks to the efforts of our staff and kickstarter supporters we were able to provide livestreams throughout the Weekend. But most importantly, due to the immeasurable talents and dedication of director Rob McCauseland and videographers John Wetteland and Bruce McCauseland, we were able to have documentary quality, multiple camera coverage of many of our panels and performances throughout the weekend. We are uploading several of these videos to this page and there are still more being edited and uploaded. As more are added they will be listed on the full list on Rob’s YouTube page — here.
The videos here have been divided into four main categories, click on the links to be directed to a page with all the videos in that category for your viewing ease.
Each and everyone of these panels was an incredible experience and we thank all of the writers, performers, cast, crew, and staff who made it all possible!
Let America Vote! Concert (Parts 1 & 2)
hosted by Lawrence Neals & Tina Barro with performances by Steph Anderson & The Two Bartlets & Cat Smith
Big Block of Cheese— The Musical (Part 3)
created & performed by Lawrence Neals, Tina Barro, Andy Hicks, Kimberley Debus, Cat Smith, Natalie Parks, Alex Boruff, & Gracie Pedini
Isaac & Ishmael — Staged Reading
Directed & Adapted by Natalie Parks
Other Panels & Events
Panels Featuring White House Staff Members
Be Subject to One Another — A Non-Denominational Interfaith Service
by Rev. Kimberley Debus
The Trial of Toby Ziegler
with West Wing Weekend attendees
Welcome to the West Wing Weekend
with Claire Handscombe, Patricia Arriatta, Elisa Birdseye, Clay Dockery, Andy Hicks, Lawrence Neals, Tina Barro & Kim Webster
“From the Corner of the Oval”
with Beck Dorey-Stein
“Real Life in the West Wing”
with David Kusnet, Bob Lehrman, Stephen Goodin, & Bryan Monroe
“The Cultural and Historical Significance of The West Wing”
Our Keynote panel discussion: with cast members Devika Parikh (Bonnie) and Kim Webster (Ginger), President Clinton's Chief Speechwriter, David Kusnet, and President Obama's Associate Director for Public Engagement, Gautam Raghavan. Moderated by Zachary Pincus-Roth, Pop Culture Editor for The Washington Post.