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FAMILY DINNER: A NIGHT OF STORIES, STAND-UP AND PASTA
May 27, 2016 @ 7:30 pm - 9:15 pm
Family Dinner is back in its new location – up the street and still plenty to eat! Join hosts Sean Bradley and Greg DeLucia for an evening of stories, stand-up and a whole lotta pasta. It’s just like dinner around the table with your family, only funnier and without the guilt trips – and now closer to the subway!
This month’s theme: “Obsession”
Michele Carlo is the redhead with 8,000,000 stories about New York City. She is a native New Yorker, a Nuyorican and an author/storyteller/ performer who has appeared across the U.S., including the MOTH’s GrandSlams and Mainstage in N.Y.C. and on NPR with Latino U.S.A. Her debut book, the acclaimed memoir Fish Out Of Agua: My life on neither side of the (subway) tracks, was published by Citadel/Kensington in 2010.
Tracey Miller Segarra launched her career in New York City as a reporter and editor for local newspapers and national wire services, interviewing assorted politicians, celebrities and criminals. She now heads up marketing for a professional services firm. She is a 2-time Moth StorySlam winner, a Moth GrandSlam champion and the host of a new storytelling show on Long Island, “Now You’re Talking!”
Steve Whyte thought he had it all figured out until he left the womb. He was Elf #2 in the Old Greenwich Elementary School production of Twas The Night Before Christmas. Later, lured by the prospect of big money, Steve joined the improv world, and can be seen at the Magnet Theater in Chelsea. For money he edits video, and for fun he plays the drums.
Andrew Collin (Brooklyn Comedy Festival, The Moth) is hilarious, a nice guy, and has more insane stories in his 30-odd years than Forrest Gump had in a lifetime.