10 Reasons You Should See “Naked Boys Singing”

Posted by The G on November 11, 2011 under G Reviews | Read the First Comment

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Naked Boys Singing
Naked Boys Singing
  1. There are 8 hot naked guys on stage singing for an hour and 30 minutes.
  2. They all have great bodies.
  3. They can sing too (not that anyone is paying attention to their singing voices).
  4. The songs are catchy and funny (including one called “Beat My Meat”).
  5. There are 8 hot naked guys on stage singing for an hour and 30 minutes.
  6. If someone takes a photo during the show, that person gets kicked out and has to do the walk of shame on the way out of the building!
  7. You will realize that people really need to get over their fear of nudity (e.g. televised wardrobe malfunctions, etc.).  It’s inspiring to see people in touch and comfortable with their bodies!
  8. See reasons #1, 5 and 10.
  9. You can take photos with the guys in the show afterwards for a small donation to Broadway Cares.
  10. There are 8 hot naked guys on stage singing for an hour and 30 minutes.  Yes, I already said that.  It bears repeating!

“Naked Boys Singing” is playing at New World Stages, located at 340 West 50th Street in Manhattan.


A Steady Rain

Posted by The G on October 2, 2009 under G Reviews | 6 Comments to Read

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Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman

Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman

Picture it.  A crisp New York night and I had tickets to the hottest show in town:  A Steady Rain at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, starring two of Hollywood’s hottest (and I mean hottest) actors:  Daniel Craig (also known as 007 James Bond) and Hugh Jackman (also known as X-Men’s Wolverine).

A Steady Rain is a 2-man show about two Chicago cops telling their stories of love, loss, guilt, rage and murder in the big city. Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman were amazing!  These are roles like you’ve never seen these A-listers before, so this show is a must see!  Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig are so watchable in this play that when the curtain goes down, you’ll be begging for more.  The show runs through December 6, and a lot of the performances are already sold out, so get your tickets while you can!

After the performance, I met both actors who both graciously signed my Playbill, so see that as well as more of Hugh and Daniel after the jump.

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