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Bathhouse, the Musical
a Musical
CATEGORY : COMEDY MUSICAL
by by Tim Evanicki and Esther Daack

COMPANY : Theatre Decatur [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Theatre Decatur [WEBSITE]
ID# 2699

SHOWING : February 14, 2008 - March 22, 2008

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

On the Atelier Stage
February 14th – March 22nd
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 7pm

This hour-long, rib-tickling, ass-slapping, toe-tapping all-male revue promises to be a rousing, carousing, musical montage featuring all of your favorite bathhouse stars.

Join Billy as he visits the bathhouse for the first time. He's looking for love, but soon realizes that the other patrons are looking for... something a little more temporary!

Mature audiences only. Patrons must be 18 or older.
Tickets are $20 and $24 (Saturdays) at the Box Office.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Sonny Goff
Stage Manager Bill Byrne
Music Director Frank Steele
Billy Matthew Barbato
Hottie John Brinkman
Teddy Brad Dickey
D.L. Din Griffin
Maurice Wesley Sumpter
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REVIEWS

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Mr. Goff's Gayborhood
by g8grrl
Monday, March 17, 2008
3.5
Bathhouse is a real grower. Starts out small, but it soon gets hott, firm and fun. Purely taken as musical theatre, its limp and flaccid. But you don't come see Bathhouse for purified reasons. You "cum" see the hott men, for there's hott sexy booty all around. What sitelines! what manscaping! what devilish tasty twinks! oh my! Won’t you be, won’t you be mine, won't you be my gaybor? [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Um.... Well this is New
by Ratatouille
Friday, February 29, 2008
3.0
So yeah...well um this is new.. I went and saw the production and I was kind of at a lost for words in a confused sort of way. I'm not really sure if I liked or disliked it. I have to be brutally honest.. So I'll get started
Billy the lead had a great voice and I loved his one song where he was singing really fast it was hot and so was he, but the last duet with Maurice should've been taken out of the show or either made a solo that song wasn't hitting on anything. D.L. He had a beautiful voice he added a little style so if they have vocal coaches kudos to them he was also cute. ( I noticed he has pearly white teeth if you read this please give me some tips). Okay Teddy WTF....I thought he was going to choke and die on stage the way he kept swallowing his tongue when he sang yeah. Maurice had a nice voice. Hottie man just keep doing your thing. I have to agree with big fan I don't know if Hottie was supposed to be off or slow, but he was funny as H**. His towel won't necessarily stay, but hey he's still funny. I liked most of the dancing, but it sort of looks like they had last minute changes in choreography I've done plenty of shows like that so I know what it looks like and it definitly looked changed.Last,but not least the computer scene DOES NOT make sense. If you don't know all the terms then it's really NOT FUNNY. All in all it was a pretty decent gay show if you go brush up on your text messaging terms.
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WOW
by bigfan
Thursday, February 28, 2008
3.0
This show was, well...interesting! I knew it was a "gay show" wen i went to see it, but i never expected this. Well Overall i think it was good.

The Billy character was hott, and had a GREAT voice. I think this is his nitch, and he should do alot more theatre! (he has wat it takes)

The Maurice character was cool. You could tell that he has studied music, but at times he seemed to be yelling.

Teddy was pretty good! I liked his solo, but he seemed to be straining his voice.

Hottie WAS ROFL HILARIOUS!!! I'm not sure if he was suppose to be soo off, but it worked. He kept me entertained.

D.L. was cute. I thought he was a pretty good dancer and he had a GREAT body! I think him and Billy were my favorite singers.

The music and choreography was fun, except for the last duet. Maurice and Billy were cool, the song was just out of place and the audience didnt know how to react. Again i think Maurice yelled to hit notes...not cool! The last song was a cool montage of "Gay Classics" and i enjoyed that!

My favorite number was the one with the cowboy hat, the church song, and the one about the penis'. i plan on seein it again before it closes I got friends coming this time. Go see it tho! I thought it was worth it!
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Penis Are like snowflakes by Ratatouille
Yeah the songs were funny and what's the deal with the hottie guy he was funny though. Maurice yelled and choked he sang like this....penis are like cough cough choke choke choke..lol


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