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Friday, June 28 • 6:00pm - 6:50pm
Autographs: Anthony Rapp, Julia Albain, Lauren Lopez, Devin Lytle, and Jaime Lyn Beatty

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Actors, writers, authors, musicians: this is a multitalented group any way you slice it.

The books Without You by Anthony Rapp, These Treats Don't Suck by Lauren Lopez and  A Glamorously Unglamorous Life by Julia Albain will be available for purchase. Also find out about Jaime Lyn Beatty's upcoming CD Dolphin Safe Tunes. Devin Lytle is currently producing a YouTube series called "Post-Grad"!

Please remember that autographs are not guaranteed as part of your LeakyCon experience; this is how we make sure you don't have to pay for them! The following rules apply to all autograph sessions besides Lit:

LeakyCon 2013 Signing & Photo Booth Procedures

Hey everyone: this is very important info that applies to every LeakyCon guest! The ONLY way to assure a safe and speedy signing procedure for everyone is below, and we are counting on your participation!

LeakyCon is one of very few conferences that offers autograph sessions at no additional cost; however, registration for LeakyCon does not guarantee you access to any autograph session. In an effort to eliminate waiting time and run the signings at LeakyCon 2013 more efficiently, we have borrowed a procedure from one of the only other conferences to offer free signatures, a large conference you may have heard of called Comic-Con.

Please note the following procedures only pertain to regular guests and most autograph events.  LeakyCon Lit signings are only open to those LeakyCon guests who have registered for Leaky Lit.  Fandom rock signings will be done on a first-come, first-serve basis.  If you are a RockStar, then you have a special plan in place, and the following only concerns you if you would like to enter the drawing for an additional signing pass.  

Access to all autograph sessions will be granted via drawings on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday mornings. Attendance at this drawing is the only way to assure your spot in the signing, unless you are a RockStar (see above).

Drawing Times:

Friday at 8:00 AM in the Exhibit Hall

  • 9:30 AM: Team StarKid
  • 12:00 PM: Scarlett Byrne, Devon Murray, Jackie Emerson, Tom Lenk, Ellie Darcey-Alden
  • 2:00 PM: Lizzie Bennet Cast & Crew
  • 6:00 PM:  Anthony Rapp, Jaime Lyn Beatty, Lauren Lopez, Julia Albain

You may also pick up a pass for the following photo booth opportunities:

  • 1:00 PM Devon Murray
  • 2:00 PM Ellie Darcey-Alden

Saturday at 8:00 AM in the Exhibit Hall

  • 11:00 AM: Jackie Emerson
  • 12:00 PM: Lizzie Bennet Cast & Crew
  • 1:00 PM: Devon Murray, Scarlett Byrne, Ellie Darcey-Alden, Curt Mega, Dominic Barnes, Titus Makin
  • 2:00 PM: Tom Lenk, Amber Benson, Anthony Rapp

You may also pick up a pass for the following photo booth opportunities:

  • 12:00 PM Scarlett Byrne
  • 1:00 PM Jackie Emerson
  • 2:00 PM Tom Lenk & Amber Benson

Sunday at 8:00 AM in the Exhibit Hall

  • 11:00 AM: Team StarKid

So here’s how it works:

Drawing Procedure

  1. Please line up in the Exhibit Hall at the time listed above to enter the drawing for the signing pass you wish to have.  There will be multiple lines, each marked with the pass you may obtain.
  2. There will be a volunteer at the front of each line with a mystery bag of passes.
  3. When you reach the front of the line you will pull a pass out of the bag.
  4. You will either pull a winning or a non-winning pass.
  5. If you pull a winning pass, then you have gained access to that signing and should reconvene at the Exhibition Hall at the time of the signing.
  6. If you pull a non-winning pass, then put it back in the bag. You have not gained access to that signing and should try again the next day or you may return to the end of the line if you wish.

There will be enough passes in the bag to help assure that all of the signings are full and that no one waits in line unnecessarily.

All of the drawings for the day’s signings and photo booths will take place at the same time. When you arrive for the drawing, you should choose the signing session you are most interested in and stand that line first. Once you have drawn a pass for that signing, you may stand in the other line, if you like. (For example, On Friday you could head to the Team StarKid line, draw a pass, and then join the HP Actors line for a chance at that signing.) This should be a very fast process so please don’t worry about not getting on the line you want!

Ok, so you have your pass... what next?

Signing Procedure

  1. If you won a pass at the morning lottery, please line up at the signing room at the allotted signing time. There is no need to line up early. Everyone who receives a pass will be granted access to the appropriate signing.  However, it is recommended that you line up closer to the beginning of the signing rather than closer to the end.  The signing will end at its appointed time, and we need to move things along - we know you’re ready to go to your next bit of programming, so we don’t want to hold you up!
  2. You may only have one item signed at each signing. You may not bring in items from your friends who didn’t get passes. One person - one item. This is the only way we can get things going with the speed they need to be respectful to everyone.
  3. After you get your items signed, please leave the signing area promptly.
  4. You may not take photographs or videos of yourself with our special guests, or engage in any other activity that will hold up the lines. If you do so, then your pass may be revoked.

Please remember that there will be a lot of LeakyCon guests at each signing. Respect your fellow fans - they are just as excited as you are!

We want to allow as many guests to attend each signing as possible, but in order to do so, we need your help. We need your patience, your calm, and your awesome attitude. Thank you so much for your cooperation!

Our signing procedure is adapted from the one used at Comic-Con, of which we at LeakyCon are big fans. If they can get through that many people fairly, we can work together to make it happen, too!



Julia Albain

Originally from Cincinnati, OH, Julia is an actor, director, producer and writer based in Chicago IL. She received her BFA in Theater Performance from the University of Michigan and is a proud alumni of the school. In recent years Julia produced and directed two national concert tours... Read More →
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Jaime Lyn Beatty

Raised in the rough and tumble streets of New York City, Jaime Lyn attended LaGuardia Performing Arts High School and holds her BFA in Acting from the University of Michigan.  She is an original member of Team Starkid, the creative team behind the YouTube sensation A Very Po... Read More →
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Lauren Lopez

Lauren Lopez is an actor, singer, dancer and writer who graduated with a degree in theater from the University of Michigan. Lauren now resides in Chicago, IL, where she works with Team StarKid, acts, and doesn't play nearly enough Scrabble. Lauren is a lover of prancing and... Read More →
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Anthony Rapp

While best known for originating the character of Mark Cohen (off-screen and on) in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Rent, Anthony is also a writer, musician, activist, humanitarian and director. Anthony made his Broadway debut in 1981 in a musical based on The Little Prince. Since then... Read More →

Friday June 28, 2013 6:00pm - 6:50pm
Autograph area - Exhibit Hall C