News: RISK! Moves to "Pay-What-You-Wish" Model for 5/23 Livestream with NPR's Ophira Eisenberg and Paranormal Activity's Katie Featherston

Risk! May 1, 2020 Screenshot. Courtesy Dumb Productions, Inc.
This Saturday's RISK! livestream will be moving to a "pay-what-you-wish" model, allowing anyone from around the world to tune in and pay whatever they can afford. This gives fans who may be struggling financially to be able to join in on the critically-acclaimed live storytelling show that has been featured in The New York Times and Forbes, as well as reviewed here on Thinking Theater NYC.

Tickets for the Saturday, May 23 @ 8pm EDT / 5pm PDT show can be purchased here, with a suggested donation of $12. After registering, attendees are asked to donate money for their ticket via PayPal, as every dollar really helps RISK! in this uncertain time.

This Saturday's show will feature Kevin Allison (MTV's The State) hosting unbelievable true stories from Ophira Eisenberg (NPR's Ask Me Another), Jiji Lee (The New York Times, The New Yorker), Katie Featherston (Paranormal Activity), and William Mullin (stand-up comic featured at Caroline's and Gotham Comedy Club).

RISK! Livestream Online Show

When: Saturday, May 23, 2020 | Doors @ 4:45pm PDT / 7:45pm EDT, Show @ 5pm PDT / 8pm EDT
Price: Pay-what-you-wish, $12 suggested donation
Description: Join Kevin Allison and a fantastic crew of storytellers for RISK!'s seventh livestreamed online show! Anyone can register for and watch this show from anywhere in the world. Spread the word to all your friends around the world who might want to come. This show will be broadcast via a webinar format on

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