Head over to Q.E.D.: A Place to Show and Tell in Astoria for the first themed edition of Talk Therapy Stories + Open Mic on Thursday, February 11. This month you’ll hear Scared stories and have a chance to tell your own true, 6-minute story at the patented† Talk Therapy Stories Open Mic™.
We start at 7:30. Sign-ups for the open mic start at 7:15ish. And it’s all only $5. Get your tickets now.
Here’s our line-up:
Comic Lindsay Goldwert
Lindsay is a stand-up comedian and freelancer writer. She’s appeared at Stand Up New York and Greenwich Village Comedy Club and has commented on the week’s News for Huffington Post Live. She’s also the co-producer of Sunnyside Comedy, a series of stand-up comedy shows in her Queens neighborhood.
During the day David is an IT engineer at an investment bank in the City. He picked up the storytelling bug after taking a class at The People’s Improv Theater in 2013. Over the past two years he has been performing at open-mic shows throughout the city. David is actively involved in the The Moth and has told stories on the main stage over 14 times in five different cities. He’s also been featured on Fast-Track, Surprise Stories, and Tale. Storytelling helps him feel comfortable in his own skin; it’s something he loves.
I’m the producer and host of Talk Therapy Stories + Open Mic. I’ve been in therapy since the dawn of man and have been telling stories on stage since 2010, when I told my first story at The Moth, and won.
Put your name in the plaid box for a chance to tell your own true 6-minute story. (If you get picked, you’ll get a cookie.)
†Not really patented.