SATURDAY OCT. 7, 2017  8 pm at The Pit Loft, 154 W 29th St., New York, NY    $10  CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

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ivy Eisenberg is an award-winning humor writer and storyteller. She's been telling stories in various venues in New York City, the greater NY area, and DC since 2010, and she emcees and co-produces the popular monthly storytelling and pie-bake-off series  “Pros(e) of Pie," which is held at various performance spaces north of NYC. Ivy also teaches storytelling workshops. This summer, Ivy debuted “Loud, Large and Funny,” (www.loudlargeandfunny.com), a solo show about finding her mojo after a surprise layoff off from a corporate job when she was in her late 50s.

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David Lawson - or over ten years David Lawson has performed one-man shows about things such as sleeplessness and outer space (Insomnia in Space), 9/11 from a Washington, DC perspective (Floundering About), video games (No Oddjob), and more. His one-man show about porn, VCR Love, has been published by Original Works Publishing. Lawson has performed on the popular storytelling shows Mortified, Kevin Allison's RISK! live show, and Mara Wilson's What Are You Afraid Of? www.dtlawson.com.

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Joey Rinaldi, is storytelling stand up comedian that attends NYU for play writing and film. He is the host of the WNYU podcast Sit Down Comedy. He also produces and writes for the Art City webserries Bromance. On October 12th and 14th Joey will be doing his first one man show at the People's Improv Theatre Loft. 

 

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Jamie Brickhouse is a New York Times published author and a three-time Moth StorySLAM champion. He has recorded voice-overs for Beavis and Butthead and will perform his award-winning solo show based on his memoir, Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother directed by Obie-winning David Drake at the Gotham Storytelling Festival, Friday, November 3 at 8:30 PM at The Kraine Theater. He’s also a Literary Death Match champ, has performed live on Kevin Allison’s Risk!, and is a regular performer on the New York storytelling circuit. Jamie has been published in the New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Washington Post, Daily Beast, Salon, Out, Huffington Post, and is a guest blogger for POZ. Friend him on Facebook, follow him on Twitter and Instagram @jamiebrickhouse, and visit www.jamiebrickhouse.com.