OFF-BROADWAY 'NAKED BOYS SINGING' TO CLOSE JANUARY 28
Naked Boys Singing!, the fifteen-song celebration of the male form will hit its final milestone: it will end its New York run Saturday January 28th after 3,069 performances. It opened July 22, 1999 at the Actors Playhouse, making it the longest running Off-Broadway musical after The Fantasticks. But everyone in that show wore clothes!
The Naked Boys are currently appearing at New World Stages - Stage 2, located at 340 West 50th Street, between 8th & 9th Avenues. Naked Boys plays Thursday and Saturday evenings at 8pm.
Still drawing equally gay and straight crowds, Naked Boys has become a New York mainstay, while the London production, which opened to critical acclaim in the West End, enjoys its second year. 2012 will offer the highly anticipated new production in Sydney, Australia, among others. Worldwide licensing is handled by Martian Entertainment.
Naked Boys Singing! is produced by Jamie Cesa, Carl D. White, Hugh Hayes, and Tom Smedes. It is directed and was conceived by Robert Schrock, and choreographed by Jeffry Denman. Schrock and a team of 12 writers -- Stephen Bates, Marie Cain, Perry Hart, Shelly Markham, Jim Morgan, David Pevsner, Rayme Sciaroni, Mark Savage, Ben Schaechter, Trance Thompson, Mark Winkler and two-time Emmy Award winner Bruce Vilanch -- have written a bouncy (pun intended) and fabulous musical revue that reminds us that clothes alone do not make the man.
The film version, now available on DVD, was released in 2008 by TLA Releasing and Funny Boy Films.
Remaining ticket prices are $69.50, which includes $1.50 facility fee. Premium Seats also available. The show runs at a lean, hard 70 minutes, without an intermission.
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