Out by 10: Valentine Love: Hilarious Storytellers & Everly Bros. Songs
On Fri.. Feb. 9h, Susan Seliger, co-founder/producer of Out by 10: Big Talent in a Small Space, presents Valentine Love: Hilarious Storytellers & Ever;y Bros. Songs
STORYTELLERS: Robin Gelfenbein, Ed Gavagan, Vanessa Valerio
MUSICIAN: Sean Altman and The Everly Set
WHERE: John Strasberg Studios, 555 8th Ave (betw. 37-38), Studio 2310, NYC
WHEN: 2.9.17, 8-10 PM
THE DEAL: Cover includes FREE wine: $20 online; $25 at the door.
BONUS: OPEN MIC after the main show.
Limited seating-- tix sell out fast.
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Robin Gelfenbien has performed at The Moth, RISK! and Mortified. She has also written jokes for emcee Rosie ODonnell at The Matrix Awards where featured presenters included Martha Stewart, Rupert Murdoch and Hillary Clinton.
Shes the Creator and Host of the storytelling series and podcast, Yums the Word, that features her delicious homemade ice cream cakes.
CBS named the show one of the 5 Best Storytelling Series in NYC. The New York Times and Time Out New York called it a Critics Pick.
Ed is a moving storyteller who has been featured in the Moth StorySlams, MainStage events, the Moth Story Hour on NPR and Moth book.
In his day job, Ed Gavagan is the owner of PraxisNYC, a design/build firm producing architecture of sustainability, habitability, durability and beauty.
He has also participated in Moth outreach programs and community workshops. Ed speaks to groups of at-risk youth and executives in the financial sector about risk and overcoming adversity.
Vanessa. a Moth storySlam winner, is the host and producer of Singeling, a relationship podcast. She also co-produces and co-hosts Party of Two, a monthly comedy show about dating.
By day, shes an airport planner and at night she performs stories about her time living in Europe, her childhood in the Caribbean, and her crazy life as a single woman in NYC.
SEAN ALTMAN and THE EVERLY SET
Sean Altman (Rockapella founder, Carmen Sandiego theme song writer, Jewmongous mastermind) and 22-year-old rocker Jack Skuller (winner of the Songwriters Hall Of Fame's Holly prize in songwriting) bring the Everlys' sparkling hits to life: Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Little Susie, Cathys Clown, All I Have To Do Is Dream, When Will I Be Loved, Crying In The Rain, Love Hurts, Bird Dog, Claudette, and more classics and rarities.
Sean, a singer/songwriter/guitarist, has performed at the White House twice, shared the stage with Billy Joel, Jon Stewart, Jay Leno, Joey Ramone, Moby (we could go on). Seans original songs dubbed tuneful and sharply witty by the LA Times and satiric gems by The Washington Post will have you rockin and rolling in the aisles.
Check out their '60s-style late-night infomercial https://youtu.be/yXh3b6PdPMk
THE BACK STORY:
Out by 10 Co-Founder and producer, journalist and storyteller, Susan Seliger, hand picks the best musicians, storytellers and multimedia performers to create a night of inspiration (not to mention free wine) the second Friday of the month in an intimate NYC salon-like space. Out by 10 -- it's a great place to get your culture fix fast!
VENUE: John Strasberg Studios, 555 8th Avenue, (37-38) Suite 2310
Our new space is the wonderful Strasberg Studios in midtown close to many trains (A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, LIRR, NJTransit).
Yes, THAT Strasberg Studio for method acting that trained the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Scarlet Johansson, Alec Baldwin, Barbra Streisand, Uma Thurman, Sally Field, Jon Voight, to name a few.
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John Strasberg Studios (View)
555 8th Avenue, Studio 2310
New York City, NY 10018
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|