First Friday: Naked Truth - Masquerade
Friday, October 18th
Main Reading Room, 7:00pm
Wine reception at 6:30pm for pre-registered guests.
For adults and high school students only. No one younger will be admitted.
*Registration will open October 1st and is strongly recommended.
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.
Thank you to the Mill Valley Library Foundation and the Friends for their generous support of Library programs and services. Click here to support Library events.