The fifth annual Naked July offers performance in the buff.
Chicagoans recommend books by Judith Brotman and Marcia Tucker, plus National Pastime Theater’s Naked July
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
The Chicago Pride Parade, which first marched out of Washington Square Park in 1970, now attracts hundreds of thousands of people—revelers and spectators, queer folks, allies, and more than a […]
Justin Hayford’s review of the Naked July fest at National Pastime Theater—rating asses and daring to bring up feminism—has sparked a vigorous discussion.
A review of the Naked July: Art Stripped Down festival at National Pastime Theater. The shows cited are: Living Canvas’s Nocturne, the Ripette Burlesque’s Speakeasy to Me, The Girlie-Q Variety Hour, The Great American Nudie Spectacular, and David Kaplan’s staging of The Day on Which a Man Dies.
The Adding Machine/National Pastime Theater