HOW I LEARNED TO BREAK ALL THE RULES Set for Happy Ending Lounge Tonight
"HOW I LEARNED TO BREAK ALL THE RULES" is set for tonight, August 28th. Keep scrolling for more info than you even know what to do with. Then come out and see us.
The How I Learned Series
"HOW I LEARNED TO BREAK ALL THE RULES"
(Writer / Actor, UCB, FunnyOrDie, Conan)
(VH1 / Author, The Symptoms of My Insanity)
(Writer / Storyteller, The Moth GrandSLAM winner)
(Actor / Director / Voiceover Artist)
(Writer / Performer, New York International Fringe Festival 2013)
Creator / Producer / Host:
Blaise Allysen Kearsley
TONIGHT, August 28th
8:00PM / Doors at 7
HAPPY ENDING LOUNGE
302 Broome Street (Between Forsyth + Eldridge)
B, D to Grand / F, J, M, Z to Delancey
WILL HINES is an actor, writer and video director. He directs videos for UCBComedy.com and CollegeHumor.com and appears as an actor on Conan, Adult Swim, ESPN, FunnyOrDie.com and elsewhere. He performs stand-up all over New York and can be seen at UCB every Friday at 9PM with the improv group The Stepfathers. He also writes things and then strong-arms his friends into reading them.
MINDY RAF is a humor writer, comedy performer and musician. She has written for VH1 and CollegeHumor.com, among others. She is the author of the young adult novel The Symptoms of My Insanity. Kirkus Reviews called Mindy "a female Woody Allen for the teenage set."
AARON WOLFE is a writer, musician and film editor. He is a Moth GrandSLAMchampion, and has been featured on RISK!, The Story Collider, Ask Me, and How I Learned. His short film, Record/Play premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival and won Best Short Film at HBO's Urbanworld, and at Fantastic Fest in Austin, and the Audience Award at NYC Shorts.
JEN BOSWORTH lives in Chicago where she is a founding member of The Chicago Story Collective. Her numerous acting credits include a starring role in a Steppenwolf Theatre Company production of The House on Mango Street. She is in New York this summer performing her one-woman show, Why Not Me, at the New York International Fringe Festival.
AMANDA DUARTE is a writer and actor based in Brooklyn. She is the host of Dead Darlings, a monthly writers' salon at Judson Memorial Church. She can be heard selling you many wonderful and useful products on radio and television. Amanda once sat in Julia Robert's piss, and she's a hit at parties.
THE HOW I LEARNED SERIES features writers, storytellers, comedians and other raconteurs holding forth on rotating "how I learned" themes. Featured in Time Out New York, The L Magazine, The Rumpus, The New York Times and more, HOW I LEARNED happens monthly, and sometimes more than that, which basically means you'll have the best night of your life on those nights, repeatedly. THE HOW I LEARNED SERIES' side project, BEST IN SHOW, is a story slam that takes place every other month with seasoned judges offering friendly, booze-fueled feedback.
BLAISE ALLYSEN KEARSLEY is a writer, storyteller, sometime photographer, the creator/producer/host of HOW I LEARNED and the creator/producer of BEST IN SHOW. She's appeared on The Rejection Show, The Soundtrack Series, Steamboat, Real Characters, Story Collider, Ask Me, Cringe, Mortified, Literary Death Match and more. She's written for Vice, The Nervous Breakdown and some other places a long time ago perhaps not worth mentioning by name. One time, she was awarded a month-long writing residency in Vermont where she got electrocuted and maybe almost killed a horse. Visit her at your own risk at bazima.com. That's buzz-eye-muh to you.