This month we've got an extra special bunch of writers and performers gracing the Happy Ending stage. Reading this Wednesday will are:
Meg Griffiths is a Chicago native. Meg is co-creator of BAMcomedý Live at BAMcafé Live, the ground-breaking first-ever comedy show at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Memorable television roles include the IMDB-worthy appearance as “herself” on E!’s The Gastineau Girls. Meg has shared her malleable facial expressions with audiences at The Magnet, Upright Citizen’s Brigade, Mo Pitkin’s House of Satisfaction, Gotham City, Philadelphia Improv Theater, Mid-Atlantic Comedy Festival, and other sundry underground comedy venues. When not onstage, she makes rent by organizing multi-million dollar fundraising events as a freelance event planner. She currently performs with the improv group The Baldwins.
Sam Schreiber is in his second semester studying fiction at NYU. His fiction has appeared in Lambeth Quarterly while his music criticism has been printed in urbancode magazine, collegenews.com, and the Chicago Music Project. Sam hails from the Pacific Northwest, lives in Crown Heights, Brooklyn and has spent entirely too much time in the Midwest. This is his first New York reading.
DC Pierson is a writer/performer in the comedy group DERRICK, whose sketch videos have been viewed over 100 million times online. Their first full-length feature film, Mystery Team premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. He has appeared on MTV, G4, and on NBC's 30 Rock. He has written for, performed in, and directed numerous shows at the UCB Theater. He graduated from NYU's Dramatic Writing program in 2007 with a degree in writing for television. He wrote a novel, The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep And Never Had To, which is forthcoming from Anchor Books/Random House in early 2010.
Will Heinrich was born and raised in New York. His novel The King's Evil was published in 2003 and won a PEN/Robert Bingham Fellowship in 2004. He is seven feet tall and completely bulletproof.