Announcing Our Nov. 30th Killer Line Up!


Tis the season! The season to laugh your booty off about other people's traumatic dating stories! BDGS is closing out 2012 with a show you'll never forget! Our line-up includes:

Jay Dixit is a psychology writer who writes for The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and Psychology Today. He also teaches writing and storytelling classes through the New York Writers' Intensive. He's currently working on his first book, Love Vs. Brain.

Max Fox is a stand up comedian/ comedy writer for the Huffington Post. He turns his true life failures and short comings into comedic stories for you to laugh at hysterically, while tears of joy fall down your face; which in turns makes him feel 2% better about leading a life of regret. You can find Max on Twitter: @MaxwellFox. You can also find articles Max has written by googling "Max Fox" and looking around for a bit.

Jefferson is a writer, sex educator and storyteller who documents his life as a parent and pervert at One Life, Take Two ( He is the curator and host of Bare! True Stories of Sex, Desire and Romance ( and Spill! True Stories of Queer Sex, Desire and Romance (, each monthly in New York and Washington DC.

Sooyah Jun native of Queens. NY, currently reside in BedStuy Brooklyn. She started doing stand up in 2010 and has not been on many dates since then. She runs monthly show with fellow comic Jawann Carmona at Poco in east village.

Freshly divorced and pushing thirty, Kimberly Spice challenged herself to go out on one hundred first dates in one year. It's been good, it's been bad, it's been ugly! She's gone out with a man who's never left the borough of Brooklyn, one who threw up sushi and still tried to kiss her, a one-armed Cuban prison guard, two separate men who've put her on the phone with their mothers, and a man who cracked open his Darth Vader piggy bank to pay for their quarters! Kimberly Spice is the proud author of the award winning blog, 100 Cups of Coffee. She's dating the losers so you don't have to!

Sasheer Zamata is an actress, writer and comedian based in NYC. She performs sketch and improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, and stand up around the country. She hosts a weekly variety show at UCB called School Night, every Wednesday at 11PM, and you can see her dressed as a pilgrim on the Cooking Channel's "Back in Time For Thanksgiving" special.

 You can RSVP on our facebook page. Can't wait to see you there!