Before you get too excited about the all possible nudity taking place at the Goat Farm, know that this has more to do with minds rather than bodies. This isn't to rule out the possibility of nudity, just that the concept for Naked City is the creative literature inspired by it's "citizens".
Naked City, Circus Literati was born last July, but is still finding it’s footing. It appears to have been spawned from Write Club Atlanta and PushPush Theater and now taken under the wings of the Goat Farm where it can grow.
Each event, which is currently scheduled monthly, is assigned a theme. The event is hosted by Bernard Setaro Clark and Gina Rickicki who act, write and generally entertain overall. They keep the flow, set the tone, and bring humor to the table. Writing participants have 5 minutes in which to present their themed musings. Action is taken on those that take longer than their allotted time, or if the hosts feel like action needs to be taken. No one is spared, full engagement of anyone in the vicinity is expected.
Their latest endeavor, Violence, brought several attendees to the mic to share their tales of fact and fiction with the audience. The Wheel of Consequences brought fake deaths, thug kits, libations, William Tell, and the dreaded mixing of Coke and Pop Rocks to the masses. Previous themes include death, regret, intoxication and religion. What will they do next? Be sure to visit their website or follow them on facebook to find out.