Submitted by Ragdale Foundation:
Ragdale presents an entertaining evening of storytelling, solo theater, beatbox and song in the open-air Ragdale Ring on Thursday, August 14 at 7 p.m. The humorous performance, Don’t Make Me Turn the Car Around: Tales of Parents and Kids and What Happens When They Are Related will feature five performers and a three-piece band. Curated by Chicago-based actor Arlene Malinowski and directed by Will Rogers, the show is certain to be poignant, funny, and maybe just a little horrifying (just like that family road trip.)
Guests are encouraged to bring their family and friends, a beach chair or picnic and enjoy an arts-filled evening on the lawn overlooking the Shaw Prairie at twilight. Cash bar and ice cream cart available.
Location: The Ragdale Ring, behind the Ragdale House
Address: 1230 N. Green Bay Road, Lake Forest, Illinois 60045
Admission: $20 (General), $15 (Seniors + Students), Free (Children 12 and Under)
Rain Date: August 21st at 7 pm
There will be limited on-campus parking. Off-site parking is at the Lake Forest Municipal Lot, 110 E. Laurel Street (a 10 minute walk from Ragdale).
Ragdale is a nationally acclaimed artists’ retreat that offers time and space to over 150 arts professionals each year to do their creative work.