Mario Cantone pens Op-Ed for the Washington Post " Being Anthony Scaramucci"

A rare insight into one of the funniest men on earth as he dissects the marinara of Scaramucci, who he refers to in a thoughtful piece in The Washington Post as  "someone who could be [his] long-lost brother bloviating from a lectern at the White House.” Mario knows Scaramucci. He has cousins like Scaramucci. And for several days "the stunning rise and fall of former communications director Anthony Scaramucci took over my life as I played a character that I found all too familiar,” writes Mario. See his screamingly funny impressions of The Mooch and other larger-than-lifecharacters on the Bearsville Theater stage, Saturday night, 8pm, Sept. 16, as he headlines the 5th annual WOODSTOCK COMEDY FESTIVAL!

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Maeve Higgins is a whirlwind of talent

A native of Ireland, Maeve Higgins is a whirlwind of talent, performing standup around the world, most recently in Erbil. (Where is that, by the way?) She writes essays for The Irish Times and The New York Times, and has her second book coming out from Penguin next year. The first is titled Off You Go: Away From Home and Loving It. Sort Of. She manages to find time for television, too, and has appeared on Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer, and co-hosts Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Star Talk on National Geographic. Maeve is appearing in LAUGHINGSTOCK! Friday night, 8pm, Bearsville Theater, opening night of the 5th annual WOODSTOCK COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017. 

The Woodstock Comedy Festival presents Chong Kim

Special Woodstock Library Forum

The Woodstock Comedy Festival presents Chong Kim, a survivor of human trafficking, at a special Woodstock Library Forum.

Chong will also do a Q & A and will have copies of her memoir — Broken Silence: A Triumphant Journey of a Human Trafficking Victim to an Inspirational Advocate — available for purchase. This event is part of the Woodstock Comedy Festival weekend, with the cooperation of our wonderful local bookstore, the Golden Notebook, and the Woodstock Library Forum. The forum is sponsored by The Friends of the Woodstock Library.

Chong Kim, survivor of human trafficking, speaking about her experiences, and her memoir, Broken Silence: A Triumphant Journey of a Human Trafficking Victim to an Inspirational Advocate

Saturday, Sept. 16
5pm

Woodstock Library
5 Library Ln
Woodstock, NY 12498

Find her book here: 
https://www.amazon.com/Broken-Silence-Triumphant-Trafficking-Inspirational/dp/061596737X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr