We are so honored that Fractured Atlas, the organization that provides nonprofit fiscal sponsorship for thousands of small arts organization has featured Out by 10 as one of its “successful projects.” Check out the story about how OB10 began and how we do what we do.
Out by 10: Big Talent in a Small Space, is the only monthly NYC performance series presenting both storytellers & musicians — and we’re officially a nonprofit.
We support artists, paying our performers, unlike many venues, so we can help them earn a living doing what they love. And we support the arts by providing an intimate space for audiences and performers to really connect and explore what it means to be human — through music & storytelling.
HOPE YOU’LL HELP US support the arts & artists by coming to our events on the 2nd Friday of the month. And maybe even by providing a tax-deductible donation.
Co-Founder and Producer, Susan Seliger hand-picks the most exciting and funniest musicians and storytellers in a clean stage-lighted place in Manhattan. Every 2nd Friday of the month, from 8-to-10 PM, we do the impossible: entertain you.
Health Warning: There will be moments of intense guffawing, flashes of insight, feelings of deep connection to perfect strangers, and/or teary-eye-blurring (side-effects vary).
Bonus: You’ll get free wine — and a chance to really listen to the funniest, wisest and most talented storytellers & musicians in an intimate space with no noisy bar service to interrupt the mood.
Our Performers: They’re amazing top-notch pros who will will send your spirits soaring — you may just laugh so loud you’ll embarrass yourself. You’ve been warned. :<}
More About Producer/Host Susan Seliger: Here You’re right, it is not all about her, but try telling her that.
John Strasberg Studios, 555 8th Avenue (37-38th), Studio 2310.
Yes, THAT Strasberg Studio for method acting that trained the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Scarlett Johansson, Alec Baldwin, Barbra Streisand, Uma Thurman, Sally Field, Jon Voight, to name a few. Centrally-located, no more stairs — and close to many trains (A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, LIRR, NJ Transit).
WATCH THIS ACTORS STUDIO INTERVIEW, with Kevin Spacey doing impersonations of many of the famous Studio graduates, from Marlon Brando to Al Pacino.
Second Fridays of the month, 8-10 PM.
Here is what they said:
Out by 10 (Friday) This spoken-word series, founded by the writer Susan Seliger, celebrates Valentine’s Day with two shows that provide humorous takes on the holiday. Guests include Ophira Eisenberg, host of the NPR game show “Ask Me Another”; Wendy Suzuki, a doctor and professor of neural science and psychology at New York University; and Sean Altman, a singer-songwriter who co-wrote the theme song to the PBS series “Where In the World Is Carmen Sandiego?.” At 7 and 8:45 p.m., John Strasberg Studios, 555 Eighth Avenue, between 37th and 38th Streets,outby10.com.
Out by 10 (Friday) This salon-style evening is back for a new season, starting with music and performances by three winners of the Moth’s StorySlam. The lineup includes: Ophira Eisenberg, host of NPR’s “Ask Me Another”; the 20-time StorySlam champion Adam Wade; and Wendy Suzuki, a neural science professor at New York University. At 8 p.m., John Strasberg Studios, 555 Eighth Avenue, a West 38th Street, Manhattan, outbyten.com.
Out by Ten (Thursday) Joseph Keckler, a storyteller with a three-octave vocal range, hosts this monthly performance series featuring stories and music. The program will be followed by an open mike. At 7:30 p.m., Spectrum NYC, 121 Ludlow Street, second floor, Lower East Side, outbyten.com.
Susan SeligerPosted at March 12th, 2014 by admin.