Kiss and Tell

Kiss and Tell


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About Kiss and Tell

Whether you’re unlucky in love, totally in love, or just nervous about pronouncing “pre-fixe” out loud, this Valentine’s Day everyone’s invited to KISS & TELL. Skip the cheap champagne, drugstore chocolate and blood diamonds, and instead join three of NYC's sexiest comedians as they spill their hottest tips, biggest red flags and wildest romps.

Carly Ann Filbin (UCB), Bobby Hankinson (SiriusXM) and Emmy Harrington (Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), are here to be your Valentine, one-night stand or your ethically non-monogamous polyamorous triad. At KISS & TELL they take their tales from the sheets to the stage with jokes, interactive audience games, advice and even giveaways. Will love be in the air? Who cares! Let’s laugh!

Are they love experts? No. Definitely not. But they are willing to hold nothing back for your education and amusement. Whether you're a cynic, single, booed-up, tied-down, gal pals, gays, theys, all are welcome at this sexy night where the stories aren't the only ones getting happy endings. It’s a comedy show you guys!

Carly Ann Filbin is a comedian/writer/actor living in Brooklyn where she hosts the comedy matchmaking show, Young Hot Sluts, at Littlefield. Pre-pandemic she spent a lot of time at the Upright Citizens Brigade, where she created Let Me Break You Up: An Anti-Dating Game Show, and performed a sold out run of her solo shows This Doesn't Mean I'm Your Boyfriend and Coke Ass. Carly has written/acted on numerous projects for MTV, Logo, Lifetime, Comedy Central and others. She was recently a cast member on the nationally touring, storytelling show Awkward Sex...and the City, and her solo show Validate Me was featured at the Cincinniti Finge Festival. Carly is the founder of Written in Brooklyn and wrote the school’s current storytelling curriculum. Catch Carly's currently running storytelling show, Brash.

Emmy Harrington has performed as an improv, sketch, stand up comic and story teller for 10+ years. Her collaborators include Apatow Productions, Awkward Sex and the City, Gotham Comedy, and a variety of other live and web programers. She writes her own material and can be seen performing all around the city.

Bobby Hankinson (he/him) is a Brooklyn-based writer, performer, creative and full-time homosexual. He founded Kweendom in 2015 as a live LGBTQ comedy and storytelling show, which TimeOut NY described as “consistently dope” and Thrillist called “extremely gay.” In addition to performing across the country, Bobby is pop-culture writer for leading LGBTQ website His work has appeared in the Boston Globe, Houston Chronicle, VICE, Gothamist and more.