Monday, May 7: Three For The Price Of Four

Our next show features a radical departure from the regular Liar format. Follow closely, because this gets complicated. ONE: instead of four storytellers, there will be three. Okay, I guess that's really it. Funny, it doesn't sound as radical as I thought it would. But it will radically increase your chance of picking out the Liar--a full 33% boost. Or something. The math is pretty complex. Also, you'll notice that the show begins at 7:00, not the usual 8:00. At least I hope you'll notice. So, see you there. At 7:00 not 8:00. With 3 not 4.

Monday, May 7 @ 7:00pm
154 West 29th Street (between 6th & 7th Aves)

Brian Longwell is a comedian, non-motivational, non-inspirational speaker, writer, and entrepreneur. He has performed his one-man political presentation I Didn't Vote For George W at the Edinburgh Fringe festival in 2004, Why Work? in 2005, and was a finalist for the Andy Kaufman Award. He moved to NY from the Boston area recently and likes it here a lot. He's single.

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.

H.R. Britton's current monologue, From Madison to Madurai: 134 Days in Mother India, is a wry look at his pilgrimage to India. His other original monologues and adaptations include Washington Irving’s Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Nikolai Gogol’s The Nose, Pieces of Calico Pie and The Kafka Thesis. Hi! Drama called Britton “a most incredible storyteller.