The Live Show
Thursday, July 19
Moth shows are more than a performance, they're a gathering of friends. NCPR staff invites you to come early and mingle!
Doors open at 6:30 pm with cash bar. Stories begin at 7:30 pm
Tickets on sale now!
Tickets are now only available at the venue, Harrietstown Town Hall, in Saranac Lake NY.
Make the most of the arts on the 19th!
Be sure to stroll through Saranac Lake's Art Walk at 5 pm.
Live in Saranac Lake 7/19
E v e r y o n e h a s a s t o r y t o t e l l...
True stories told live on stage without scripts, notes, props or
Dori Samadzai-Bonner is an aspiring writer whose award-winning essay titled “Red, White, and Blue” was published in Direction, the Pierce College literary magazine in 2009. On August 31, 2010, based on a brief essay about her passion for tennis and her life struggles in Afghanistan, Dori was honored at the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament’s opening night ceremony alongside tennis greats Martina Navratilova, James Blake, and Esther Verger.
Jen Lee is a Moth GrandSLAM winner, voice recovery specialist, independent media producer and a beloved performer in New York City's storytelling scene.
French-Israeli Moran Cerf is a neuroscientist at the California Institute of Technology (‘Caltech’) and the departments of neurosurgery at UCLA and NYU, studying memories and emotions using electrodes implanted deep inside the brains of patients undergoing neurosurgery. Prior to his career in opening and studying brains, Moran used to work as a hacker in various security companies, breaking into banks and financial institutes to make a living. Moran is a 7-time StorySLAM champion, LA GrandSLAM champion, and part of the MothSHOP Community Education Program.
Andy Christie is creative director of Slim Films, a NYC-based animation and illustration studio. His auto- biographical stories have appeared in The New York Times and the Thomas Beller anthology "Lost And Found: Stories From New York" and have been heard on The Moth Radio Hour and WFUV's Cityscape. Andy's cartoon collection, "I Wasn't Kidding," was published by Random House in the US and the UK.
Kambri Crews grew up in the woods of Texas with deaf parents. Now she's a writer, producer and publicist in New York City working hard for her money so she doesn't have to go back. Her critically-acclaimed memoir Burn Down The Ground was published in March 2012 by Random House and is available where ever books are sold.