February 2: The Kidders Are Back In Town

Michaela Murphy is in NYC to dry out. By "dry out" I mean from Seattle weather, not... you know, that's how rumors get started. She'll be joining the unusually talented suspects in our next lineup. Come and try to nail the Liar. By "nail" I mean uncover, not... oh, forget it.

Saturday, February 2 @ 6:00 pm
29 Cornelia Street (bet W 4th and Bleeker)

$12 - includes one drink.
Reservations highly recommended:

Michaela Murphy is a featured Moth Mainstage storyteller on The Trio Network. She has performed with Second Stage Theater, The Atlantic Theater (with Lewis Black), and has been heard on NPR's Studio 360 and All Things Considered, at The Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Lincoln Center. Michaela’s work as a playwright and actor has been featured at Manhattan Theater Club, The Ensemble Studio Theater, LaMAMA Theater, The Aspen Comedy Arts Festival and the Clinton White House.

Ed Gavagan is the current Moth GrandSlam Story Champion and has been featured on The Moth Mainstage. He is trained as an architect, a philosopher, a furniture maker and a motorcycle mechanic. He has been living in New York since Ed Koch was mayor and has probably built something in a building near you.

Sara Barron
was called "A tour-de-force performer," by The New Yorker's Andy Borowitz. She 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 is a three-time Moth Slam winner. www.SaraBarron.com

J.Keith van Straaten can be seen as the host of Yahoo! Answers On The Street, a talking head on VH1™s Best Week Ever and on E! countdown shows like Celebrity Feuds and Guilty Pleasures. He hosted Comedy Central’s game show Beat The Geeks, and since 2004 has been producing and hosting What™s My Line? - Live On Stage in Los Angeles (coming to New York City in 2008).