Everybody is very busy but we’re all very glad that you’ve taken the time read the SIXTH edition of The Monthly Wash, it’s not really an official milestone, but still glad to be that much closer to the SEVENTH edition.  Six is a little light but still full of worthy theatrical adventures!


FROM ISAAC RATHBONE | OTHERWORLD THEATRE: PARAGON SCI-FI FANTASY PLAY FESTIVAL

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Paragon is a short-play festival dedicated to furthering Otherworld’s mission of growing the genre of Science Fiction and Fantasy Theatre through the discovery and promotion of new artists and works.  This two day festival tackles forty plays in two days and feature’s TWO plays from Master Rathbone, Deb and Joan, which was created for Mistakes Were Made, LRR’s second short forms night and A Ship of Strong Timber (great title), first appearing with Boomerang Theatre’s  Rock & Roles festival. Both run on August 23.

The festival runs August 22 and August 23 at Genesis Event Space, 2525 Elston Ave, Chicago, IL

If you live in Chicago, or are passing through OR you just love Ike SO SO MUCH that you will drive all night just to get there, you can get your tickets by clicking HERE


OTHER THINGS TO KNOW

Mariah MacCarthy’s play Magic Trick begins a run at Theatre Row on August 27 | Jen Browne opens annual kid created art show on August 20 at Irish Arts Center | new plays will be born as LRR playwrights jump into their next retreat on August 21.


It was an indeed a light wash and as it is now August and summer has but a few aging weeks before it tumbles down the stairs to her inevitable death let us all strive to enjoy these last blistering hot days.  Go forth friends, see some outdoor Shakespeare, drink beer on a stoop in Brooklyn, write outside in a park, under a tree even, dream some crazy dreams surrounded by hazy summer mist.  For in a few short weeks we’ll all be missing Summer’s glowing, sweating face.