One true story, two endings: one the way it actually happened, and the other where they rewind time to make it all turn out differently. What happens when you take the other fork in the road, right the wrongs or wrong the rights, say what you could have said, do what you could have done, flip to a different page in the choose your own adventure? When the only thing between a storyteller and the perfect ending is the real ending, they bring it to Take Two.
Co-hosted by Elana Lancaster and Harvey Katz
Doors 7:15PM, show 7:30-9PM
$5 suggested, no one turned away for lack of funds
This month’s storytellers: Gastor Almonte, Alexis Lambright, Andrew McGill, Asher Novek, and Rhonda Hansome!
Gastor Almonte is a comedian out of Brooklyn, NY. He’s been seen in seasons 3 and 4 of Comedy Central’s “This is Not Happening,” the Story Collider Podcast, and Risk!. He was named one of the 2017 Comedy’s New Kids on the Block by TimeoutNY. He’ll be recording his new album at Caveat this August. You can find him on twitter and Instagram @GastorAlmonte
Alexis Lambright is a New York City-based performer and comedy writer. She can be seen every Saturday performing improv with The Cast, and Good At Sports. Alexis also produces and hosts a bi-monthly storytelling show called The Griot Show, which features black performers from around NYC.
In addition to doing improv and storytelling, she has occasionally written for Reductress, contributed her voice to the award-winning podcast The Truth, and can also be seen entertaining scores of children as actor with the Story Pirates!
Andrew McGill is a Brooklyn native comic and storyteller. Andrew began his comedy career in his junior year of high school and has never looked back: currently, he's making a name for himself in the New York comedy circuit while also graduating from Hunter College. By night, you can catch him hosting the Moth or performing at different venues throughout New York City - but during the day, he is a New York City Public School Special Educator teaching English at a high school in Harlem.
Asher Novek is a community organizer, tech designer, media producer, storyteller, storytelling coach, and occasional wedding officiant. He is the lead producer for the Speak Up, Rise Up Storytelling Festival, which is happening this summer from August 6-12th. He produces a monthly storytelling show, So What Happened Was, in Park Slope. He also co-hosts and co-produces the podcast, The Whole Story, which looks at the medium of storytelling. And he’s still single.
Rhonda Hansome is an actor, director and member of Women Of A Certain Age Comedy cast. She’s done stand-up at Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, Constitution Hall and for US troops in Korea. Her TV credits include Louie, Saturday Night Live, Showtime at The Apollo and London Underground. She’s told true stories at Generation Women, NY Story Exchange, Bady House StoryTelling Concert, and Yum’s the Word. Rhonda is on Sirius XM Mondays 2-5 PM on John Fugelsang’s “Tell Me Everything”. Follow Rhonda Hansome Comedy on Facebook and @RhondaHansome on Twitter.