The How I Learned Series 4 Year Anniversary Show
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
It's 2013 and we're back from vacation and we're four-years-old now. We've got a great lineup for our anniversary show, and we're mixing it up a little bit for the occasion. There will be a different "How I Learned" topic from each of our stellar performers. It's like a free-for-all, you guys. It's a cornucopia of "how I learned" delights. There will also be special surprises, but I'm not sure what they are yet. Come out for this show! Anniversary presents are welcome and encouraged. We can't wait to see you.
KATHERINE LANPHER is an award-winning writer, journalist, broadcaster, and podcaster. She was the co-host of The Al Franken Show on Air America. She is the host of Upstairs at the Square where she has interviewed such notables as Patti Smith, Cheryl Strayed, and Jimmy Fallon. She is a frequent guest host and contributor on WNYC's Soundcheck and The Takeaway, and is the author of a collection of essays called Leap Days.
KAMBRI CREWS once lived with her deaf parents in a tin shed in Montgomery, Texas. She now owns and operates Ballyhoo Promotions, a PR and production company in New York City specializing in stand up comedy. She is also the author of the critically acclaimed memoir Burn Down the Ground (Random House) and a renowned storyteller and public speaker.
TED TRAVELSTEAD is a writer and performer. He is co-author of SEX: Our Bodies, Our Junk, and has written for Esquire, Vanity Fair, Radar and McSweeney's. As an actor he has appeared onstage performing sketch and stand-up at various venues in NYC, and in a broad range of films, comedic shorts and music videos. His new book, The Petraeus Files: All the Photos, Chats, Poems, and Other Super-Secret Emails They Don't Want You to See, comes out in February.
ELICIA BERGER is a freelance writer and storyteller. By day, she writes smart-sounding things for the United Nations. By night, she spews her various neuroses onto the page and/or stage to delight and/or appal readers and audiences alike. She can be seen performing in various storytelling shows throughout the city.
DAVID CRABB is a performer, writer, storyteller, and 2-time MothSLAM champion. He is the co-creator of the live storytelling series ASK ME, and has told stories at RISK!, Stripped Stories, The Soundtrack Series, and The Story Collider. David is a member of NYC's Axis Company Theatre where his solo show, Bad Kid, was named a New York Times Critics' Pick. He teaches storytelling at The PIT and Kevin Allison's The Story Studio. He generally dislikes sorcerers, dragons, and anything having to do with "wizardry."