Set at a gay nudist camp, this very naked, new musical is "Rocky Horror" meets "Naked Boys Singing." More…
Gabe and Randy are newly engaged but struggling with their individual relationship goals. Their therapist suggests getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city’s rat race, to unplug and reconnect with each other. But on their way to a family lake house the car breaks down and they stumble upon a gay nudist camp, Morning Wood Meadows, on its last weekend open. The government, with the help of one ultra conservative senator in particular, has sold the property to a mega church. What follows for Gabe, Randy and the cast is a comic and heart warming weekend of temptations and new discoveries that promises to change everyone for the rest of their lives.
"The cast lacks powerful vocals, but they’re game...Veering between semi-racy and quaintly old-fashioned, the two-acter leads up to a not fully earned 'Who you are as a person is beautiful' message and it’s about as deep as a 'Here’s Lucy' episode, but it moves along and there are witty observations (and Grindr references) and fourth wall-breakings. So enjoy—but don’t touch the merchandise." Full Review
See it if you love ensemble shows with catchy songs and clever lyrics. It's a fun night of theater that will leave you smiling from ear to ear.
Don't see it if you are offended by nudity. Don't be scared off...it has a body positive vibe and a welcoming environment.
See it if Gay couple stumbles upon cleverly titled innocuous camp au naturel musical courtesy Off-B'way and a statement is made. Gay supportive.
Don't see it if Costumes are (oh,who cares.) Lured to our seats with the flippity-floppity, so why not take advantage & reveal depth beyond the eye candy?
Also Clever camp title. If only the rest were to follow (birthday) suit.
See it if You want to see naked men so much that you’ll settle for horrendous singing, bad writing, amateurish acting, and bargain basement on
Don't see it if You have anything else to do. This is trying to hard to be campy fun, but no one has enough talent to land a single joke.
See it if You want to laugh your ass off! It’s not all jokes though, there are is a lot of heart to this little show!
Don't see it if You don’t like being presented by gay content and nudity.
Also A few very strong singers and Act 2 is stronger than Act 1.
See it if You want a hilarious but also heart warming look into a group of men learning to love the bodies they have.
Don't see it if You’re a prude...but maybe you should especially go!
See it if You're in the mood for a fully naked male cast singing & dancing in a campground. Loved the "Rise and Shine" song that they kept singing.
Don't see it if Some singing is off-key; cheap set design; runs 2 hours (should be cut to 90 minutes no intermission), but overall, a fun & harmless night!
See it if So first off, it’s 2 hours, including intermission (I had to rush to work afterwards). Overall, there were the cliche’s: the twink, the bear
Don't see it if The insecure bear, the queen, fems, abs the BBC, which out of all the eggplants makes everything worth while (I can say that, as I’m also
See it if Hooray to all brave performers who dance and sing naked.Play with respect to all and fun.Vigness,Gwynn,Witkes,Gagne-bravo
Don't see it if Gay nudists camp-do I need to say more...?
See it if for the earnest gay positive nude musical that it is as well as several good performances.
Don't see it if you are opposed to gratuitous nudity or an obvious plot.
See it if you're looking for a very light, very silly, very naked musical. There's a great body positivity message in there...
Don't see it if ...but so are all the clichés. Typical gay archetypes, very low production value, bad writing. But the cast is earnest and charming.
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