A "Very Special Liar" This Saturday

We are pleased to announce the premiere of Liar at Cornelia Street Cafe. If we get a nice crowd this Saturday, Liar will continue running once a month at this beautiful, food & drink filled club. Be sure to catch the first one, because it could all be downhill from there. So which one of these fast-talkers will be pulling your leg?

Saturday, January 27 @ 6:00pm

Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia Street (bet West 4th & Bleeker)
$12 - includes one house drink

Mike Albo is a writer and performer. His latest novel, The Underminer has been optioned for film by Warner Brothers. His critically acclaimed and sold-out solo shows include Spray, Please Everything Burst and My Price Point. www.mikealbo.com

James Braly has performed his autobiographical stories on NPR, at The Whitney Museum and The Moth. His show, Life in a Marital Institution, is currently in development with Hal Brooks, director of Thom Pain (Based on Nothing), a finalist for the 2005 Pulitzer Prize. The book version will be published in 2007/8 by Algonquin Books. www.jamesbraly.com

Ophira Eisenberg has appeared on Comedy Central's Premium Blend and as part of their Fresh Faces of Comedy campaign, on Vh1’s Best Week Ever, and Discovery Channel’s Lost Treasures of the Deep. Her own half hour special appeared on Canadian Television's Comedy Now! She co-produces the comedy show, Sweet Paprika, every Friday night at D-Lounge. www.ophiraeisenberg.com

Andy Christie’s I Wasn’t Kidding (Random House), explored the funny side of suicide. Not surprisingly, it died on remainder shelves many years ago (though it is still available at Amazon.com in the original papyrus edition.) But he lives on--onstage (as a featured performer on the Moth's Mainstage), online and on the pages of snooty literary journals. Look for him soon in the Sunday New York Times where his work will grace the Modern Love column. And why not? He's modern. He loves. www.andychristie.com