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Not My Story
Apr 28, 2016 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Has anyone ever told you a crazy story and immediately made you think, “Wow, I could’ve told this story way better if it had happened to me!” This brand spankin’ new storytelling show will put that idea to the test. ‘Not My Story’ features stories based on actual events that happened to people other than the performers. Translation: They stole the stories from their friends.
P.S. this is a **FREE SHOW** so really, what have you got to lose?
Come for the comedy, stay for delish wings, cheap beer, AND karaoke after the show!
JASMINE PIERCE is a contributor to many Funny or Die News, CollegeHumor, Someecards, Elite Daily, and Reductress. She is also the host of Sleepyhead Podcast, where she crawls into bed with her guests in the middle of the night and wakes them up to interview them!
CALVIN CATO has been featured in San Francisco Sketchfest, Austin’s Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, Funny Girls in Film Festival, and Jersey City Comedy Festival. He also co-runs Ed Sullivan on Acid at Freddy’s Bar (the longest-running comedy show in Brooklyn).
LINDSAY HOFFMAN is a radio personality from Detroit, who is on air sometimes at Fresh 102.7 in NYC and also creates and runs academic summer programs for High Schoolers from her office in Brooklyn. She has told stories for the Moth, RISK! in NYC and Detroit, and the PIT.
JOSH JOHNSON has performed across the country in festivals such as New Orleans Comedy Festival, Snubfest, Orlando Indie Comedy Festival, Big-Little Comedy Festival, Cleveland Comedy Festival, and Epic Fest. He was also a semi finalist in NBC’s Stand Up Diversity Showcase.
ANITA FLORES has written for Flama, Above Average, Nerve, Paste magazine, Portable TV, and Laughspin. She’s performed at The Moth, Tom Shillue’s Funny Story, and is currently on tour with Awkward Sex and the City.
SUSAN KENT is a storyteller and the producer of Tell It: Brooklyn. She’s been on The Moth Radio Hour, Snap Judgment, and RISK!, and she recently wrote and performed her first solo show, “Into the Belly of the Beast.”