In Park Slope, an evening of live storytelling
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Kerri Doherty
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The Tea Lounge is proud to present I Like You, Maude, a night of live storytelling created and hosted by Kerri Doherty. I Like You, Maude runs on the third Tuesday of every month from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Tea Lounge, a café and bar located at 837 Union Street between 6th and 7th Avenues in Park Slope.

Cozy up at the Park Slope Tea Lounge for an evening of live storytelling. 

I Like You, Maude was created for those with a desire to share their true, personal stories onstage. Anyone can put their name in the hat for a chance to tell a five-minute tale, without notes or paper, on any topic.

Seasoned storytellers and comedians test out new work while newbies brave the spotlight for the first time. For having the plums to bare one’s soul in front of a live audience, every storyteller wins a few prizes.

Each show includes a very special guest storyteller.

Past performers include 17-time Moth StorySLAM winner Adam Wade, Onion News Network Contributor and comedian Matt Koff, and former host of Nickelodeon’s Blue’s Clues, Steve Burns.

Be There or Bea Arthur, come hell or Ruth Gordon.

One of the performers and host is Kerri Doherty, a Brooklyn-based humor writer and storyteller.

She’s been a featured performer at various storytelling shows in New York City, and once came clean about her chapstick addiction on Kevin Allison’s Risk! podcast. She also works as the Managing Editor at the popular Brooklyn-based blog, F****d in Park Slope, for which she’s had the pleasure of interviewing two of her humorist heroes, Mike Sacks and John Hodgman. A Film & Television graduate of The Savannah College of Art and Design (2005), she’s currently at work on her first book of nonfiction humor essays.

Another, Lisa Lewis is a playwright, essayist and storyteller. A reading of her new play Schooled was recently hosted by the New Ohio Theatre, and starred Tony nominee and Drama Desk Award winner Peter Friedman. Her essays, profiles and book reviews have appeared in

Her live storytelling performances have been recognized by NY-1 News, which called her “a rising voice in the world of literature, comedy and theater.” Lisa can be found online at

For more information on the Tea Lounge visit The space is accessible from the B or Q train to 7th Avenue, or the R to Union Street.

Admission is free and no reservations are required.

Future performances are scheduled for February 21st and March 20th.

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June 23, 2012
Too bad, I have missed this.

When will be the next event on the Tea Lounge?

And what can I expect our of it?


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