March 1st: An evening of yin. Or maybe yang...

... I can never remember. Anyway, usually Liar features a boy-girl mix, but you'll notice only women up there this time. These are not just photos I've been collecting on my hard drive, they're four of NYC's smartest, funniest writers and performers. Stop by and figure out which one of them is playing you for a fool. Story of your life?

Saturday, March 1st @ 6:00 pm
29 Cornelia Street (bet W 4th and Bleeker)
$12 - includes one drink.
Reservations highly recommended: 212-989-9319

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

Alix Strauss is a lifestyle trend writer for national morning shows and talk shows on ABC, CBS, CNN and VH1. Her articles appear regularly in The New York Times, The New York Post, Daily News, Time Magazine and Esquire among others. Her collection of shorts, The Joy of Funerals, was published by St. Martin's Press and is heading to the big screen with Stockard Channing directing. Currently, she is editing an anthology of blind date stories called Have I Got a Guy For You, due out in 2008. www.AlixStrauss.com

Marlene Nichols
is a writer/performer and at any given time at least one of her multiple personalities is appearing around town at such venues as The Kraine Theatre, Mo Pitkins, Stage Left Studio and Cornelia St. Cafe. She has had several of her character monologues commissioned by the Winter Harbor Theatre in Maine and performed at the 2006 Culture Project's Impact Festival. She is the 2006 recipient of a Fantasy Fountain Fund Grant to write and study in Paris. Her solo show "Seeing Voices" is currently being workshopped at Stage Left Studio, New York.

Gail Thomas is a writer whose search for...something...has included doing voices on Beavis and Butthead and a bunch of other great movies and funny commercials. As a speechwriter, her words have come out of the mouths of folks like Martin Scorsese, Robert DeNiro, Sara Jessica Parker and Jason Alexander. www.gail-thomas.com