Join us on the last day of September while I host this show in full denial that summer's over. I'm serious, you guys; I might wear a bikini top and jorts. We're gonna get to Walley World if it kills us.
The How I Learned Series Presents
HOW I LEARNED ON MY SUMMER VACATION
(Humor Writer / Last Comic Standing)
(Comedian / Writer, The Atlantic)
(Author, The Book of Dahlia; How This Night is Different)
(The Moth Radio Hour; NPR's "This American Life")
(Storyteller / Author, Fairytales for Twenty-Somethings)
Blaise Allysen Kearsley
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH, 2014
8:00PM / Doors at 7:30
702 Union Street, Brooklyn
(Between 5th and 6th Aves)
R to Union / F to 4th + 9th
Q, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Atlantic
$6 in advance / $10 at the door
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AMANDA MELSON is a comedian and writer who wrote for the late Greg Giraldo and has contributed to "Weekend Update" on Saturday Night Live. She competed in Last Comic Standing and performs comedy in many of New York City's finest basements. She once got sent to the principal for excessive eye rolling. Still a problem.
ALEX EDELMAN went to The Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his debut show, Millennial, and walked away with the coveted Best Newcomer Award in comedy. He's considered one of New York's promising "one to watch" comedians. Alex has performed in Spain, France, and Israel where he founded The Comedy Basement and he's been featured on NPR with Brian Lehrer. He started acting, writing, and doing standup when he was fifteen. He's still super-young. (Photo Credit: Idil Sukan idilweb)
ELISA ALBERT is the author of The Book of Dahlia, How This Night is Different, and editor of the anthology, Freud's Blind Spot. Her work has appeared in Tin House, Salon, Time Magazine, The Rumpus, Tablet, The Los Angeles Review of Books, on NPR, and in several anthologies.