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 7:00PM, show 7:30-9PM
$5 suggested, no one turned away for lack of funds
This month's amazing storytellers:
Richard Cardillo is a 25 year resident of the Lower East Side and has been an educator for over three decades on two continents and in two languages. Rich is a three-time Moth StorySLAM winner and has also participated in three Moth GrandSLAMS . He’s also performed at Surprise! Stories Storytelling Game Show, Friday Night Stories, Mostly True Things, Story Collider and Big Irv’s Brand New Storytelling Show.
Marlene Nichols is named after the 1930’s transgressive film actress, Marlene Dietrich, a woman who famously slept with both Greta Garbo and JFK. A southern girl at heart, Marlene’s performed her original monologues on both coasts and the North Pole while also producing documentaries for Al Gore’s Climate Reality project and AOL Studios.
Steven Berkowitz is a MothSLAM winner who has taught storytelling for the Moth's Community Education program. He has told stories at And I Am Not Lying, The Adam Wade from New Hampshire Show, Yum's the Word, and more. He has also appeared on Scientific American's Science Talk podcast.
Cassie J. Sneider is a pug parent and the author of a book called Fine Fine Music and also that article on manspreading that your MRA cousin in Tampa really hated. She runs The Kings of Karaoke and is living the dream.