A true storytelling dinner theater serving bespoke courses inspired by each performance.
DEAR BACKERS - THANK YOU SO MUCH! We want to clarify for all of you coming to get tickets that backing our Kickstarter ensures you
* Free speciality cocktail with every ticket!
* Priority seating at the event!
* Formal recognition of donors at the event!
Our general admission tickets are available via our Eventbrite page.
Imagine a dinner party where every story spun across the table was kindling for the courses to come. Where a summer vacation to Sicily gets interesting in a hurry and plunges straight into a tantalizing al dente mystery in sauce and spice.
YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS are going directly towards helping us RENT THE SPACE for the party - other than that, we're doing this all out of pocket to bring the storytelling and food worlds together for a seriously lovely dinner party.
Andy Christie (Host and Producer of The Liar Show)
Our FRONT OF HOUSE team are drawn from Philadelphia and New York and include alums of Chez Panisse, Per Se, The Sidecar and Allentown Brew Works.
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Our founders, Luke and Eugene, met over beers at Pacific Standard on 4th Avenue in Brooklyn and discovered a shared love for storytelling and food. Inspired by This American Life, The Moth, and the numerous storytelling shows and podcasts circulating around New York, Luke wanted to find a way he could express his stories with the craft he was perfecting at the French Culinary Institute. Eugene had been running storytelling shows in New York for five years and had a feeling he and Luke could make it happen. Together, with the help of a dedicated bunch of friends, we cast, cooked, tasted, and designed the dual menu/playbill that became our first show's five course experiment. It never would have happened without the help of our dedicated friends Miguel de Leon, Caitlin MacCrae, Matthew Hannigan, Christina Ng, Cal Egan, Steven Berkowitz, Albert R. Matheny IV, Ariel Samach, Kaitlin Fritz, Stephanie Petagno, Emily Holleman, Sara Kinney, Kathleen Miller, Mark Winkel, and Ida Benedetto.
We will release the location of the show to our ticket-holding backers one week before the show, but we can tell you the show is happening in northwest Brooklyn, within walking distance from Brooklyn Heights and many subway lines only one or two stops out from Manhattan. The location is handicapped-accessible.
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