Trip Cullman
(© Tristan Fuge)
Trip Cullman
(© Tristan Fuge)
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater has announced the playwrights and directors who will be participating in its F*!@cking Good Plays (festival, II), a series of new play readings to be presented August 1-7.

Works will include Color Me Gone, by Bruce Kronenberg, directed by Jessica Blank (August 1, 7pm); Girls Turn Red, written and directed by Erica Schmidt (August 2, 7pm); A House Should Have the Look of Shelter, by Trent Creswell, director TBA (August 3, 2pm); Charles Ives Take Me Home, by Jessica Dickey, directed by Daniella Topol (August 3, 7pm); Dirty, by Andrew Hinderaker, directed by Evan Cabnet (August 4, 7pm); The Mother of Invention, by James Lecesne, directed by Michael Padden (August 5, 7pm); Use Your Eyes, by Kathryn Hathaway, directed by Denis Butkus (August 6, 2pm); Busted by Florencia Lozano, directed by Jill DeArmon (August 6, 7pm); The Undeniable Sound of Right Now, written and directed by Laura Eason (August 7, 2pm); and The Correspondent, by Ken Urban, directed by Trip Cullman (August 7 at 7pm).

Admission is free. For reservations, email rattlestick@gmail.com and specify which readings you will be attending and the number of seats.