Four Horsemen Of The Apocryphal

It won't be the first lie you hear in 2007 (that would be your new year's resolution), but it will be the first one you pay to hear. Come help us dig out the January snow job with these fine people. (By the way, this morning's gas attack was a flash in the panic. Chelsea is back to smelling like a petunia and the show will go on.)

Mike Daisey has been called “the master storyteller” and “one of the finest solo performers of his generation” by the NY Times for his acclaimed monologues, 21 Dog Years, and The Ugly American, among others. He’s a commentator for NPR’s Day To Day and a contributor to the NY Times Magazine, WIRED, Slate and Salon. His new monologue, Invincible Summer, will be running at the Public Theater from Jan 18 though Jan 28. mikedaisey.com

Lucy Baker has written for a lot of free newspapers and online journals. She is a columnist for reallysmalltalk.com, and was recently featured on Public Radio's Weekend America. She lives in Brooklyn, and is currently at work on procrastinating.

Sara Barron has made her mark on the NYC cultural scene, melding her interests of performance, comedy and writing, and venturing into the fields of stand-up comedy, solo performance and competitive story telling. Barron was a finalist in the Connecticut Comedy Festival and has been a three-time Moth winner. sarabarron.com

Martin Dockery is a frequent storyteller at the Moth slams, and has competed in the Moth Grandslam three times. He’s appeared at other such venues as Speakeasy, Talking Stick, Mouthpiece, and others. He’s just returned from a few months in China, Mongolia, and Canada, much to the relief of his dog.

January 8, 8pm at The P.I.T. 154 W 29th Street (between 6th & 7th Aves.) $5