No, I'M The Worst!

In three dirty rounds, three despicable storytellers compete to tell the most ribald, raunchy, taboo tales and prove they are the WORST person in the room. It's a storytelling competition with a trashy twist.

Eevin Hartsough (substitute-host) is an Actor/Writer/Producer living and working in NYC. A New York Neo-Futurist for many years, co-creator/star of award-winning web series “Gemma & The Bear!” and co-founder of MyCarl productions.




Erin Maguire is a NYC based standup who appears at clubs around the city and beyond. She was a semi-finalist in the She Devil Comedy Festival 2015, winner of Slaughter Standup and most recently appeared alongside celeb chef Michele Ragussis for FunnyFoodTV, doing what Erin does worst. Cooking. Erin is the worst. And she hopes you agree. Follow me @maguirecomedy on Twitter, Instagram @cabernetfirecracker






Azure D. Osborne-Lee (storyteller) is a writer, director, and performer from South of the Mason-Dixon Line. He holds an Master of Arts in Advanced Theatre Practice from Royal Central School of Speech & Drama as well as an Master of Arts in Women's & Gender Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in English & Spanish from The University of Texas at Austin.

Azure is an inaugural Field Leadership Fund Arts Manager Fellow (2015-2017) as well as a Lambda Literary Fellow in Playwriting (2015 & 2016). He is an alumnus of The Fire This Time Festival (2015), Rising Circle Theater Collective's INKtank (2014), and EMERGENYC, the Hemispheric New York Emerging Performers Program (2014).

Azure received the 2015 Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Play Award for his first full-length play “Mirrors.” He has held playwriting residences with Brooklyn Community Pride Center (2015), New Shoes Theatre (2011), and Freedom Train Productions (2010).

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John-Andrew Morrison (storyteller) is a double and half threat in the theater. He can act and sing and do a fierce box step honey. He's mainly done the downtown theater scene. Particularly as a part of George Ferencz and The Experimentals. 50 plus readings and plays presented at la mama and more recently theater for the new city. He had the great pleasure of being in Marley, the Bob Marley musical at Center Stage, done jingle work for Sesame Studios, did a feature film, has a web series shooting in September and is generally working on becoming a legend. He's delightful company and has a potty mouth.



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