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After Hours - Naked Truth: real.stories.live.

Friday, February 7th | 7:00pm

Wine reception at 6:30pm for registered guests.

Celebrate ten years of the Naked Truth with some of our favorite storytellers!

Emcee Josh Healey is joined by David Nihill, Kari Kiernan, Don Reed, and Dhaya Lakshminarayanan for a special night of great stories.

David Nihill is a bestselling author, featured in Inc, NPR, Huffington Post, Forbes, and the Irish Times. David was recently part of the Irish Kings of Comedy Tour and SF Sketchfest. A Moth Storyslam winner and Grandslam finalist, David has also told tales at Porchlight, Fireside and Litquake.

Kari Kiernan is a writer and a storyteller, and a bona fide local: she graduated from Tam, holds a Master’s degree from Dominican University, and spent a great deal of her young life at the Mill Valley Library. In addition to Naked Truth, she’s been onstage at Porchlight, the Throckmorton, The Vent, and Literary Death Match.

Don Reed (HBO, Pop Up Magazine) is an entertainer. Works include: “Unleashed” on Netflix, a streaming comedy series “Bartlett,” five solo shows Off Broadway and Bay Area - including “East 14th.” Other credits: I Miss Toni, Snap Judgment 2016 Performance of the Year, The Flintstones, DMV, A Different World, Partners in Crime.

Dhaya Lakshminarayanan is an internationally recognized comedian and was the Grand Prize Winner of The Ultimate Comedy Challenge filmed in Singapore. She received the 2016 Liz Carpenter Political Humor Award, previously awarded to Samantha Bee and Wanda Sykes. Dhaya’s stories have appeared on Snap Judgment and the Moth podcast. Dhaya also regularly acts as emcee at the monthly SF Moth Story SLAMs.

Emcee: Josh Healey
Award-winning writer, performer and filmmaker, Healy has been a regular performer on NPR’s Snap Judgment. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, and his nephew’s YouTube page, where it has at least 27 ‘likes.’ He is the lead writer and producer of The North Pole, a comedic web series that hits on today’s issues.

Registration recommended. Click here to register.

Adults and high school students only.