3/21: Brooklyn. Lies. See 'em.

By which I mean Brooklyn Lyceum. I'm an idiot.

Luckily, these people are not idiots. The Liar Show is proud to make its debut at this venerable and beautiful location with four of my all-time favorites. And to make matters especially festive, the ticket price includes free beer, wine and food, so have a light lunch. Please come and figure out which one of these nice people is pulling your leg. Eat, Drink and Be Gullible.

Friday, March 21st @ 8:00 pm
(doors open 7:00 pm for drinks and appetizers)
227 4th Ave, Park Slope, Bklyn (at President St.) 718-857-4816

Advance tickets: $12 at www.brooklynlyceum.com
or with reservations emailed to: rsvpliarshow@gmail.com
$15 at the door

Mike Daisey has been called “the master storyteller” and “one of the finest solo performers of his generation” by the New York Times for his acclaimed monologues, “21 Dog Years,” and “The Ugly American,” among others. He’s a commentator for NPR’s Day To Day and a contributor to the New York Times Magazine, WIRED, Slate and Salon. Mike's book, "21 Dog Years" is available from Simon & Schuster. www.mikedaisey.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

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 is now running at 59 East 59th Street Theaters. www.JamesBraly.com

Sherry Weaver is the creator and executive producer of the live storytelling series, SpeakEasy: Stories From the Back Room. She has performed at such cool places as the Bitter End, The Nuyorican Poets Cafe, The Roxy, The Hudson River Theater and Cornelia Street Cafe. She has been likened to a den mother, ushering both well-known and up-and-coming storytellers onto the stage. Sherry is a real-life mother of four grown children, whose antics often find their way into her stories.

And special guest Michaela Murphy, all the way from the Great Northwest.