11/29: The Truth Shall Set You Free, But A Good Lie Will Make Sure You Don't Get Caught In The First Place

And you thought you had something to be thankful for last Thursday?

“One of the top six comedy clubs in the U.S.”
-Hollywood Reporter

Thursday, November 29 @ 8PM (Doors: 7PM)
353 West 14th Street
Purchase advance tickets online
(with discount code: LIAR29)
or call the box office: 212-524-2500
Day of show: $15
(2-drink minimum)
Advance tickets HIGHLY recommended
. Are you made of money?

James Braly has performed his stories on NPR and on the Moth National Story Tour. His monologue (and forthcoming book from Algonquin), Life in a Marital Institution, directed by Hal Brooks, was called "a masterpiece of storytelling" (The List) at the 2007 Edinburgh Fringe. It opens February 2008 in New York City at 59 East 59th Street Theaters. www.JamesBraly.com

Ophira Eisenberg has appeared on Comedy Central, VH-1, The E! Channel, Oxygen, and The Discovery Channel. She is a regular at stand-up clubs around New York and has performed stories on the Moth Mainstage. She is also a contributing writer to US Weekly's Fashion Police and is currently appearing in the off-Broadway show "Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad." www.OphiraEisenberg.com

Steve Osborne spent 20 years in the NYPD. He retired a lieutenant in the detective bureau, where he was the commanding officer of the Manhattan Gang Squad. He is a frequent Moth Mainstage storyteller.

Peter Lubell has written, produced and directed for many television networks, and for National Public Radio. He's covered film festivals in print, worked as a jazz DJ in radio and told his stories onstage at The Moth storytelling series and Speakeasy Stories.

Host Andy Christie, is co-author and illustrator of I Wasn't Kidding (Ballantine Books). His writing has appeared in the NY Times and he is the current Moth Storytelling GrandSlam Champion.

Comix says: "Gone are the days of dirty, uncomfortable, cramped comedy clubs. Comix is New York’s hottest new comedy nightclub featuring the best of cutting edge variety programming. Perfectly situated in Manhattan’s booming Meatpacking District, just east of Ninth Avenue, Comix draws upon the rich experience of going to the theater uptown but brings with it a decidedly downtown attitude."