“Frankie Moon’s Long Gone”

Naked Angels' 1st Mondays. Full-length works presented/developed at Tuesdays@9 Chicago

Join us for on Saturday, April 20th from 4pm-6pm for a free staged reading of "Frankie Moon's Long Gone (A Dark Comedy)" by Ean Miles Kessler. The event will be at The Annoyance Theatre (851 W. Belmont Avenue).

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Have a few drinks! See a staged reading! Laugh about mortality!

A comedy about cancer. Frank has decided to end chemo treatments, choosing instead to chain smoke his way to the bitter end. This has spurred his son Steve to return home, in order to take care of his ailing father. In an attempt to get Frank to go back on chemo and keep fighting, Steve hires Marty--a born again home hospice aide, with a song in his heart. The deal is this: if Frank goes back on treatments, Steve will fire Marty. If not...Marty stays...until the bitter, bitter end. A comedy about life, death, and a father and son trying to meet somewhere in the middle.

Saturday, April 20th from 4pm-6pm, at the Annoyance Theatre (851 W. Belmont Avenue). Yes, it's a 1st Mondays reading on Saturday - don't let the title fool you.