BREWED reading in Chicago this Thursday

Come out to Around the Coyote Gallery for a staged reading of BREWED! There’s free beer. That’s right, FREE BEER (and it’s Peroni to boot)

Around the Coyote
Third Thursday New Play Reading Series presents
Come see a staged reading of the new, full-length play
Brewed
written by Scott T. Barsotti
directed by Anna C. Bahow
and featuring
Jen Henry
Kate Nawrocki
Danielle O’Farrell
Calliope Porter
Laurel Schroeder
Kate Teichman
Cora Vander Broek


The task is stirring a pot…all day, every day. The sisters don’t share it as they once did. With Nannette busy racing stock cars and Roxette off doing her own thing, the others are left to shoulder the burden. But Paulette is fed up; Collette is clueless; and Babette, crippled in more ways than one, is volatile. Juliette does her best to maintain order and civility…for now. But why are they doing this? Do they even remember? When Roxette calls everyone together to meet her new girlfriend, old venom bubbles up, grievance flares, and the imagined future blows up in their faces. A play about rituals, gatherings, and the dark art of obligation.
Thursday, December 18, 7:30pm
Around the Coyote
Flatiron Arts Building
1935 1/2 West North Avenue
Chicago, IL 60622
$5 suggested donation

Directions: The art gallery is located just south of the Damen/Milwaukee/North Ave. intersection in Wicker Park. There is a cigar shop on one side of the gallery entrance and a Santullo’s Pizza Eatery on the other. Please look for a sandwich board out front. Please contact

Around the Coyote at 773.342.6777 with any questions or for more information.

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