Monday, September 17, 8-10pm, $10
The PIT, 123 East 24th Street, New York, NY 10010
Each month, Bare! brings together storytellers, comedians, sex educators and others to share true tales from their own experiences of sex, desire and romance. With stories as diverse as the people telling them, Bare! opens doors to bedrooms, back seats and dungeons to tell what your mama left out about the birds, bees and in-betweens.
This month, our scrappy gang tells stories of scrapes that left them marked.
Hosted by Jefferson (One Life Take Two, Spill!)
Cammi Climaco (Ask Me Stories)
Kambri Crews (Burn Down the Ground)
Abbi Crutchfield (Positively Awesome)
William Mullin (Santa Fe Comedy Festival)
Musical guest Jen Kwok
. . . and you! You have a story of being marked or leaving your mark. Put your name in the hat for a chance to bare all on the Bare! stage.
And more! One lucky audience member will win Bare!’s sex-toy raffle, courtesy of Babeland.
Jefferson is the curator and host of Bare! A sex educator and writer, Jefferson keeps a pseudonymous blog, One Life, Take Two, that details his life as a parent and pervert. He is a storyteller frequently seen on stages around the city and elsewhere, including The Moth, where he is a StorySlam winner. He is also host of the monthly series Spill! True Stories of Queer Sex, Desire and Romance.
Cammi Climaco is a visual artist, storyteller and performance artist. She is the co-host of the storytelling show Ask Me Stories. Her work has been exhibited internationally. She has performed on a bunch of storytelling and stand up shows. Cammi teaches at Pratt Institute of Art. If you apply to Pratt’s four year undergraduate program in Fine Arts, get in, go through the Freshmen Foundations year, spend $80,000 in your sophomore year, you can take her class. She is good at parties.
Kambri Crews once lived with her deaf parents in a tin shed in Montgomery, Texas. She now runs her own PR and production company in New York City, books comedy for The 92YTriBeCa, and is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir Burn Down the Ground (Random House). A renowned storyteller and public speaker, Kambri has performed on The Moth’s Mainstage, The 92Y, SXSW Comedy, Risk!, UCB Theatre, Gotham Comedy Club and given speeches at SXSW, DeafHope, and many other schools, colleges, venues and events.
Abbi Crutchfield is a comedian, writer and actor listed as one of the 18 Funny Women You Should Be Following on Twitter by Huffington Post Comedy. She produces two live comedy hours: “The Living Room Show” and “Positively Awesome” at The PIT. You can read her work on Witstream.com. She has been featured on VH1 and MTV as well as in national commercials.
Jen Kwok is a Brooklyn-based writer/performer with a musically comedic bent. Jen became a national top-ten finalist in NBC’s Stand-Up for Diversity after doing stand-up for only three months, and has since honed a unique style that blends music, stand-up and character work. She currently plays colleges all around the country and her work has been featured by The New York Times, Comedy Central, and MTV. Her viral videos, including the much-beloved but mildly controversial “Date an Asian,” have racked up over three million views. Jen was also a host of PBS’s Asian America and can be seen playing ukulele in the film Eat, Pray, Love.
William Mullin performs stand-up comedy all over New York City, including at Comix Comedy Club, Caroline’s, Gotham Comedy Club and Don’t Tell Mama. Mullin has performed improv and written and performed with sketch comedy groups including the award-winning Hiatus Improv group and The Jakes. William is founder, producer and performer of the Santa Fe Comedy Festival, the southwest’s largest stand-up comedy festival. He has performed at numerous colleges and universities including Boston University (his alma mater), Green Mountain State College, and Rutgers University. William currently lives in Hamilton Heights with his partner and his black Labrador Guffman.
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Bare! True Stories of Sex, Desire and Romance takes place on the first Wednesdays of the month at Black Fox Lounge in Washington, D.C., and the third Mondays of the month at The PIT in New York City. Also visit our monthly companion show Spill! True Stories of Queer Sex, Desire and Romance at Public Assembly in New York City and Black Fox Lounge in Washington, D.C.