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Naked Boys Singing! - Off-Broadway

This long-running musical revue stays true to its title.

Naked Boys to Play John Houseman Theatre

Naked Boys to Play John Houseman Theatre
The boys of
Naked Boys Singing!
Naked Boys Singing! has found a new home. The long-running all-nude male revue, which will end its run at Theater 4 on September 5, is set to join Toxic Audio at the John Houseman Theatre on September 10. It will play at the off-Broadway house on Fridays at 10pm and Saturdays at 6pm and 10pm.

Naked Boys Singing! opened at the Actors' Playhouse on July 22, 1999. The eight-member cast is totally nude for about 90% of musical. During the show, the boys celebrate their undressed state by singing songs with such titles as "Gratuitous Nudity" and "Bliss of a Bris." The show struggled in late 2003 and a closing date of January 11, 2004 was announced, but when sales picked up, the producers decided to keep the show alive. It continued to run the Actors' Playhouse through March 7 and then moved to the larger Theatre 4 space, where performances began March 10. While business has been good there, the show had to move in order to allow the Women's Project, which owns the space, to renovate the theater before its 2004-2005 season begins.

By the time Naked Boys Singing! begins its run at the Houseman, Toxic Audio will be on the following full performance schedule: Monday and Tuesday at 8pm, Wednesday at 2pm, Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm and 8pm and Sunday at 3pm and 7pm.

--Cara Joy David, Broadway.com

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