November 19: What Lies Beneath?

Beneath Comix, that is. Downstairs? "Lies" beneath? Oh, whatever...

...these four talented, funny and vaguely suspicious looking people will be telling the stories this Monday at Ochi's Lounge, downstairs at Comix (see pun clarification above.) Please come and play along so you'll have something to be thankful for on Thursday.

Monday, November 19 @ 8PM - FREE ADMISSION (1 drink minimum)
353 West 14th Street (downstairs at Comix, corner of 9th Ave)

Martin Dockery is a five-time Moth GrandSlam storytelling finalist (a record, I believe.) His one man show about an office temp lost in West Africa, Wanderlust, recently made its New York City premiere at Ars Nova Theater.

Brian Longwell is a comedian, non-motivational, non-inspirational speaker and writer. His one-man shows I Didn't Vote For George W and
Why Work? appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe. He was a finalist for the Andy Kaufman Award.

Tracy Rowland is a TV editor and writer. She has appeared onstage at many New York storytelling series, including The Moth and SpeakEasy.

Noah Harlan is a filmmaker and co-author of Mind Your Manners, Dick & Jane, a post-modern exploration of truth and meaning in a society without borders... no, that was a different book, this is a children's manners guide available from Penguin.