Cornelia St. Cafe: Make them eat their words...

...while you devour a nice Boudin Blanc. Stop by this Saturday to guess which one of these people is feeding you a line.

Saturday, May 3 @ 6:00 pm
29 Cornelia Street (bet W 4th and Bleeker)
$12 - includes one drink.
Reservations recommended: 212-989-9319

Ritch Duncan is a comedian, writer and broadcaster who has been living and working in New York City since 1996. He has written for Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live, Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, and was a writer and featured performer on Public Radio International's Fair Game, a comedic public affairs program syndicated on National Public Radio stations around the country. His cat is named Grapes.

Martin Dockery's one-person show "Wanderlust" is enjoying a sold out run at The Barrow Group Studio Theatre in Manhattan. He is a seven-time finalist in The Moth’s bi-annual Grandslam Storytelling Championship. His play "Oh, That Wily Snake!" is included in the McGraw-Hill anthology textbook on literature. Martin's work has been called "fantastic" (NY Times),
“deliciously enjoyable,” (Backstage West) and "divinely inspired” ( L.A. Weekly)

Tara Clancy
was born and raised in Queens, NY. Her solo show, Channel Rat, was developed at The Tank and presented at the 2005 New York International Fringe Festival. She currently writes monologues and tends bar.

Jim O'Grady was a reporter for The City section of The New York Times and is now research director at the Center for an Urban Future, a think tank in Lower Manhattan. O'Grady, like every other drunken narcissist in New York, tells stories at The Moth.