Naked July: Art Stripped Down Festival Pass
The National Pastime Theater presents their 1st annual fine arts festival Naked July: Art Stripped Down. At the National Pastime Theater the entire month of July will be filled with lovely, provoking and aggressive bodies. National Pastime will present A Day on Which a Man Dies a Tennessee Williams play based on Jackson Pollock, The Living Canvas will present Nocturne, a nude adaptation of the modern fairy tale, The Girlie-Q Variety Hour will present some of the edgiest burlesque, modern dance, live music, and variety performance in town and The Rippettes Burlesque will tease and titillate audiences with Speakeasy To Me. Scratch Media will be presenting The Great American Nudie Spectacular and brunches with Naked Girls Reading. Among other performances, the festival will host artwork from local artists and Afternoon Delight: A Seminar on the Female Orgasm.
The Festival opens July 3rd and runs through August 2nd. The Naked July schedule is Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm A Day on Which a Man Dies, Nocturne at 10pm followed by a midnight burlesque from The Girlie-Q Variety Hour. Beginning July 9th The Great American Nudie Spectacular will play on Thursdays at 8:00 and Sundays at 6:00 and The Rippettes Speakeasy to Me will be performing on Thursdays at 10:00 and Sundays at 8:00. Brunch with Naked Girls Reading will happen on Saturdays at 2:00 and Afternoon Delight will be on Sundays at 2:00 and will include complimentary mimosas.
National Pastime Theater is located at 4139 N. Broadway, Chicago. Enter through the raunchy storefront, past the years of smoky haze into the authentic speakeasy turned theater where the debaucherous scandals of the past give life to the art of today. Excitement is palpable, temptation extreme. No other theater in Chicago can offer such libidinous exploitation of your senses. Where else but the National Pastime Theater lives the promise of the impossible? There are no other provocateurs in Chicago.
For those with the veracious appetite for sensuality, the theater can be reached by the #36 Broadway bus, the Sheridan El and several other bus lines. Parking is available for $10 one block south-east at the corner of Belle Plaine and Clarendon.
National Pastime Theater
4139 N Broadway
Chicago, IL 60613
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|Wheelchair Accessible: No|