Naked Truth: real.stories.live., Mill Valley Library's true storytelling series, returns as part of the Litquake Literary Festival with an amazing line-up to share tales based on the theme Masquerade: stories of posing, pretending and faking it. Sit back, enjoy a glass of wine and watch as the Library is transformed into a venue for real people telling real-life stories, raw and without notes.
Registration for this event is full but there is a good chance you can still get a seat. No shows and last-minute cancellations usually free up seats. Please check back to the web site from time to time. Registration may re-open as cancellations occur, or feel free to stop by the night of the event and join the wait line. We will begin letting the wait line in at 6:45, based on available seating. The earlier you show up, the better.
Click here to register.
Josh Kornbluth: Josh has been creating and performing comic monologues -- and occasionally working on TV and in movies -- for over two decades. He lives in Berkeley with his wife and son. joshkornbluth.com
Dhaya Lakshminarayanan: Dhaya is a frequent storyteller on NPR’s "Snap Judgment", a favorite performer at Sketchfest and has appeared on PBS’s KQED. http://dhayacomedy.com/
Josh Cereghino: Josh is a writer who lives in Berkeley, travels extensively, and surfs as much as possible.
Kari Kiernan: Kari’s work appears both in print and onstage. She lives in San Francisco where, possibly illegally, she has neither a bicycle nor a dog.http://withraisins.blogspot.com
and other special guests...
Josh Healey: Josh is an award-winning writer, performer, and creative activist. Healey has been featured in the NY Times, Washington Post, and is a regular on NPR’s Snap Judgment. Joshhealey.org
Call (415) 389-4292 x3 for more details.
This event is produced in association with the Library’s exciting multiplatform program Naked Truth: Connect, Create, Contribute which allows our community to tell and experience true, personal stories.
This event is free and open to the public.