Friday Night Stories at HiFi!
Join us at 7:00 PM sharp on Friday, August 26th in the BACK ROOM at HiFi as we bring on a new edition of FRIDAY NIGHT STORIES, featuring the best storytellers today. This show is FREE!
~ FEATURING ~
COLIN WILHM (Host) is a Moth StorySLAM winner. He helped produce the Emmy Award Winning HBO documentary series The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, and the documentary film Catfish. He also hosts the monthly storytelling game show Surprise Stories. You can follow him @thefuckitlist
TIM EBERLE is a regular performer at the People's Improv Theater, the Magnet Theater, and the UCB Theater, where he performs sketch and improv comedy. His writing has appeared in McSweeney's, Splitsider, DNA Info, Jewish Life Television, Jewlicious.com, Heeb Magazine, and the MadCap Review, among other credits. He recently had a successful monology show produced at the People's Improv Theater ("I Am Not a Man: A One Sort-Of-Man Show"), and he's worked as the head writer of Company 29, the sketch company in residence at the Magnet Theater. He's performed his shows around the country, most recently in Charleston, South Carolina's Theater 99. For more, please visit www.timeberlecomedy.com
CATHY HARDING has appeared on Talk Therapy, Real Characters, The Adam Wade From New Hampshire Show, Just Working on My Breakup, and was a regular on Secretly Y'all (Charlottesville, VA). She's been a champion lady arm wrestler. Dream job: professional candy tester. IRL job: journalist, fundraiser, Pilates instructor.
SCOTT GAWLICKI is a business journalist, advertising copywriter and Fortune 500 corporate public relations professional who discovered several years ago that now, in the age of the Internet of Things, he is also a “content developer.” Born in Flushing, N.Y. and raised in Connecticut, he learned in the third grade that you shouldn’t tell your classmates you were born in a place called Flushing. He’s also a docent at an art museum, which feeds his passion for art and storytelling; a mountain biker; and a St. Louis Cardinal fan who still worships Bob Gibson. After many, many years of spinning tales about municipal government, corporate layoffs, solar energy and Georgia O’Keefe’s love life, he’s decided it’s time to start telling his own stories as well.
CARLY ANN FILBIN is a comedian/writer/actor living in Brooklyn. She does a lot of improv and really really loves it. Her solo show, Validate Me, debuted at The Peoples Improv Theatre and was performed at UCB and the Fringe Festival. She is the face of MikMak, an innovative new shopping app, and has written/acted on numerous projects for MTV, Logo, Cosmopolitan, Zodiac Productions and others. Her mom really liked her web series, Not Twins, which was featured on FunnyOrDie.com. She is a castmember on the nationally touring, storytelling show Awkward Sex...and the City, and is the host of the live monthly show, Let Me Break You Up: An Anti-Dating Game Show. Murder By Spirit Stick, which she co-wrote and stars in, premiered in New York in April. Carly Ann Filbin loves being blonde and is a proud Hanson fan.
COURTNEY ANTONIOLI is a writer, storyteller, and producer. Her plays have been produced in NYC, CA, MA, and CT. In 2015 her play The Mount, about Edith Wharton, debuted on Wharton’s 153rd birthday at her original home in MA. She writes and produces, Stay Golden, a web series documenting her journey to reboot the Golden Girls and explore all things Golden. Her stories have been told at The Moth, Tell It Brooklyn, Videology, Split Personality, and in the shower. She is an arts curator and writer for The Culture Trip, comic book geek at A Place To Hang Your Cape, and blogger at Crazytownblog
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