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NAKED BOYS SINGING!, by Robert Schrock
nakedness ensues
Saturday, August 28, 2004
4.0
All I knew about NBS is that there were naked boys singing. I went not expecting anything in particular and loved it. The costumes were great (ok i had to say it) the music was fun and I'm sure there was a theme someone could relate to if they were a gay man. It had a song or two i thought wasn't as good as some of the others but I actually almost forgot about the nudity after the first 10 minutes of the show and started to focus more on the songs and performance. The only problem I had was a lighting issue and a sound issue. At one point it was hard to hear during a song and then later it almost sounded like a mic was turned on or something and during one scene the actor didn't seem to be in the light, unless that was the intent, then my bad.
I think it's a great show with fun music and great talent. I look forward to seeing more from some of these guys.

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