Tuesdays@9 Chicago Kicks Off 2021-22 Season

Email connievkuntz@gmail.com if you’d like to perform at Tuesdays@9.

Naked Angels Tuesdays@9 Chicago kicked off their 2021-22 season on Tuesday to an enthusiastic audience of more than 30 writers, actors, directors, producers and musicians.

Five writers had their work read by professional actors and the intermission featured fan favorite Robbie Ellis with a delightful cameo by Eytan Raviv on cello.

Tuesdays@9 is still on Zoom for the foreseeable future because of the pandemic and the following musicians are booked to perform online:

Sept. 14 Gail Gallagher

Sept. 21 Aviva Jaye

Sept. 28 Heather Styka

Oct.   05 Shawn Erker

Oct.  12 Robbie Ellis

Oct.  19 Jake Dewar

Oct.  26 Ian Sutherland

Nov. 02 Aviva Jaye

Nov.  09 Joshua Fardon & Atlie Gilbert

Nov. 16 The Famous Brothers

Nov. 23 Mystery Guest!

Nov. 30 Ezra Muse

Dec. 07 Gail Gallagher

Dec. 14 Joe McDaniel

Holiday Break (Dec. 15-Jan. 10)

Jan. 11 Jamie Shriner

Jan. 18 Robbie Ellis

Jan. 25 Aviva Jaye

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb. 15

Feb. 22

Mar. 1

Mar. 8

Mar. 15

Mar. 22

Mar. 29

Apr. 05

Apr. 12

Apr. 19

Apr. 26

May 3

May 10

May 17

May 24

May 31 (Last show for 2021-22 season)

If you would like to fill one of the available slots, email connievkuntz@gmail.com. We are also booking comedians this year! That means if you have ten minutes of original music, comedy-with-music, music-with-comedy or comedy you would like to perform, we want to see you!

Naked Angels formed in 1986 in New York City. There are also chapters in Los Angeles and Miami. Our Chicago chapter just celebrated its third anniversary.

The best way to get to know Tuesdays is to attend a Tuesdays. Our creative directors Joshua Fardon and Patricia Mario have created a supportive, inclusive environment in Chicago, but because we are online, you are welcome to join us from virtually anywhere. Let me know if you have any questions!

Connie Kuntz

Music & Comedy Director for Tuesdays@9 Chicago

connievkuntz@connievkuntz

Poster Art by Joshua Fardon

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