Daniel Radcliffe starred in the s play Equus a few years ago. The lad was perhaps out to dispel the Unshakeably Wholesome Curse of Harry Potter with a raunchy display of his bits. Nobody noticed much about his acting. Few of us, surely, can imagine doing it ourselves. To confront 1, faces. These ladies were on a hiding to nothing. What actress wants to be compared to a greasy breakfast?
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It's much rarer in musicals. Butters, go buy World of Warcraft, install it on your computer, and join the online sensation before we all murder you. It should be about the source material. If it's worth it, the nudity will not matter. Don't forget the granddaddy of all musical theatre peep shows! Honestly, if it's for storytelling purposes, go ahead. As long as it isn't outlandish. Best of luck to you.
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A Bevy of Bare Chests
A one-act festival of minute plays "incorporating an element of nudity" was announced today by Stage , the Lakeview venue. If you've been around Chicago theater long enough, either as a spectator or participant, this is just the latest in a long tradition of baring one's body on stage. The umbrella title for the fest is " Skin in the Game" running April May 27 featuring individual works developed by six different off-Loop companies. It comes at a time when it's been fairly rare to see naked flesh on stage in Chicago. I've found that it tends to ebb and flow. Sometimes it seems like every other show includes a bit of nudity; other times like right now it's not quite as common.
As Mrs Henderson Presents shimmies onto the London stage, Holly Williams looks at the colourful history of baring all while treading the boards. The Windmill soon became the most popular theatre in town, its static, classical tableaux of de-robed lovelies proving more of a draw than any song-and-dance routine. Bare bottoms, it turned out, meant bums on seats — and the theatre was the only one not to close during World War Two. Yes, there is full-frontal nudity — even if the men in the cast have to bare-all first, in a token nod to gender equality. Still, how far we have come: time was when nudity on stage was deeply shocking. As late as the Lord Chamberlain, the theatrical censor, ruled the stalls, ensuring there were no naughty bits on display or corrupting ideas discussed. But when theatrical censorship finally came to an end, its demise was celebrated in style: the very next night, the musical Hair opened in the West End — and included one infamously eye-opening scene. The hippy rock-musical saw the cast get their kit off at the end of the first half, emerging in the altogether from beneath a giant sheet.