Take Me Out on Broadway.
_Take Me Out_ will return to Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre and tickets will be available for purchase soon.
Is anyone familiar with the seating at Helen Hayes? Which seats should I purchase to be able to see the most cock?
Is the first row of the Mezzanine too far back? First row of the orchestra may be too low? I need advice!
|by Anonymous||reply 38||Last Thursday at 2:13 AM|
The only cast member I’m familiar with is Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and I don’t want to see him naked.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||01/04/2020|
I wouldn't mind seeing Eduardo Ramos naked.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||01/04/2020|
I would like to sit where I can see Patrick J. Adams' dong. He's Canadian, and I've always wondered if he's cut or uncut.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||01/04/2020|
One thing's for sure: All the actors getting nude will be shaved and Turtle Waxed to look as smooth as fucking dolphins.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||01/04/2020|
But where to sit? Surely there are NYC locals who frequent threaders who can help us from fly-over country pick the best area to sit?
|by Anonymous||reply 5||01/04/2020|
I saw it twice in the original Broadway run, first with the understudy in the lead and then the other guy...he's name escapes me but he was on a bunch of Law & Order episodes in a bit part as a CSU guy I think.
I agree with r4...it's going to look like the shower room at a Cub Scouts camp.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||01/04/2020|
I saw this in its last Broadway run.
What was funny was as soon as we saw any penis, a woman in front of me grabbed her young son and marched out of the theater in a huff.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||01/04/2020|
She took [italic]him[/italic] out, r8.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||01/04/2020|
Take Me Out's opening has on Broadway has been delayed due to Coronovirus. I have tix for late April. Do we think it will have passed through by then? I foolishly reserved a hotel under a non-fundable rate.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||03/15/2020|
"What was funny was as soon as we saw any penis, a woman in front of me grabbed her young son and marched out of the theater in a huff."
Why? He's seen a penis.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||03/15/2020|
I truly loathe Jesse Tyler Ferguson so much that I would not attend any play in which he is cast. I would love to see this, otherwise.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||03/15/2020|
That theater is tiny, so any seat would be fine.
Years ago, Jesse did The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told and played Adam. He was naked for a fair amount of the first act/scene. This was the show that unleashed Lea Delaria's tits on us as well.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||03/15/2020|
Never heard of this show. There's lots of nudity?
|by Anonymous||reply 15||03/15/2020|
R14--Can you describe JTF nude?
R15--I saw a Steppenwolf production of Take Me Out about 10 years ago--tons of locker room type/shower nudity.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||03/15/2020|
The website is not currently selling any tickets but says nothing about refunds, either. No future opening dates listed.
I wonder if this production will be canceled entirely.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||04/04/2020|
Don't worry girls. After the show, the cast will come and wiggle their dicks at their stage door fans.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||04/04/2020|
I just received a notice that they hope to perform it in the fall or next spring. They will hold my tickets/credit on file. I think I may allow that rather than requesting a refund for the hope of scoring the best seats when the new location/timeframe is announced. I hope they can keep Jesse Tyler Ferguson--he may have other scheduled commitments though.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||04/11/2020|
[quote]I saw it twice in the original Broadway run, first with the understudy in the lead and then the other guy...he's name escapes me but he was on a bunch of Law & Order episodes in a bit part as a CSU guy I think.
Denis O'Hare won the Tony for his performance in this play. His understudy was Nat DeWolf, writer/star of the very funny "Lisa Picard is Famous" feature film was also wonderful in the role. This character does not ever appear nude.
The Helen Hayes Theater is the smallest on Broadway, all the seats are great. I HATE that they've rebranded it just "The Hayes", as if paying tribute to the great Helen Hayes is a bad idea. Boo.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson is not a warm and endearing performer, and the role requires a bit of a mensch. It's a fun play though and I do hope they get to open.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||04/11/2020|
What's the point of the nudity if the cast isn't that attractive? Wasn't there an L.A. production with Jeremy Sisto? Now, I wouldn't have minded seeing his dick.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||04/11/2020|
R21 Who should they get to replace JTF?
|by Anonymous||reply 23||04/11/2020|
If Jesse can't do the play when it's rescheduled, I'm here!
|by Anonymous||reply 24||04/11/2020|
Why on God's green earth would you perverts even spend your time and money going to see a play just so you can see some actor naked? Are you that demented and desperate? There's enough porn on the internet that probably has a better story line.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||04/11/2020|
Yes, I'm demented and desperate. I haven't seen a nude man at the gym in over two months. I'm also curious. Are we sure they will do full nudity in this revival?
|by Anonymous||reply 26||05/06/2020|
Original Off-Broadway Cast:
Kohl Sudduth, Dominic Fumusa, James Yaegashi, Neal Huff, Gene Gabriel
|by Anonymous||reply 27||05/06/2020|
Full frontal was going to be part of this production. The production has been delayed
|by Anonymous||reply 28||05/07/2020|
I want to sit so close I can can smell foreskin!
|by Anonymous||reply 30||Last Wednesday at 10:34 PM|
R22 that production also featured Bryce Johnson who was the male lead in Ryan Murphy's early 2000s teen show POPULAR, which I watched religiously. I recall the descriptions of his big dick and balls. I so wanted to see it, but I was just a young'un on the opposite coast.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||Last Wednesday at 10:51 PM|
Ginger men are my favorites, and even I don't want to see that, R1.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||Last Wednesday at 11:49 PM|
I saw it off Broadway where it was in three acts and then on Broadway where they cut it down and reduced it to two. It was much better off. I enjoyed it very much and none of the guys was my type except an Italian actor who also gave a terrific performance and for a reason I'd like to know was the only one to not to transfer to Broadway. His replacement was so awful and such a queen the role made no sense and his big scene in the homophobic confrontation made it absurd.
Denis's performance was as great as they say.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||Last Wednesday at 11:58 PM|
R33 Are you talking about Dominic Fumusa (aka 'Kevin Peyton' on NURSE JACKIE) and his replacement David Eigenberg (aka 'Steve Brady' on SEX AND THE CITY)?
Also, Daniel Sunjata isn't your type?
|by Anonymous||reply 34||Last Thursday at 12:13 AM|
It is a very well written play in the two act version. I wonder if the revival will go on once this lockdown is over.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||Last Thursday at 12:45 AM|
[quote]I saw a Steppenwolf production of Take Me Out about 10 years ago--tons of locker room type/shower nudity.
I saw that production as well on a trip to Chicago, R16. I recall it being pretty good.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||Last Thursday at 12:53 AM|
I saw the Broadway cast. Denis O’Hare deserved his Tony. I do recall Neal Huff and thinking, there’s fine husband material. I also remember David Eigenberg from Sex in the City - a little cutie in the buff.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||Last Thursday at 1:07 AM|
[quote]Can you describe JTF nude?
He looka like a man.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||Last Thursday at 2:13 AM|