Is THREESOME awesome?

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Quinn Franzen backstage

I want to give kudos to Yussef El Guindi for writing a play about the plight of women from an Arab’s perspective.

Sure he used the sex comedy formula in the first half. But he sure did get our attention, right?

What striked me most was that we got to know Leila at the first half of the play so when she wore the burka at the end, the playwright challenged our preconception about those women wearing it. Now, that we know who is under that veil, do you look at her differently? It definitely challenged mine.

I have been following all your comments on what you guys saw, where you sat and I was a bit anxious as I have bought my tix long time back.

To see Quinn Franzen in the nude, any seat is good as he struts his stuff around for a long time and pranced all over the stage. Thank you Quinn for a brave performance! Definitely one of the most memorable nudities I’ve seen in years. I love his nicely sized uncut cock and low hangers and that unshaved pubic hair is gorgeous. Sure he does not have the perfect body but it works for the character and he is charming that I don’t care if he has a six pack or not.

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Karan Oberoi

Now to see Karan Oberoi nude was the tricky one as there was only one chance and it was only for a split second when he sits up at the edge of the bed and put his boxers on. I was lucky that I was on the audience right side enough to see his clipped pubes and his uncut member. Not bad at all, I’m guessing he is a grower not a shower. I find his face very I gorgeous.  The best seat to see him nude will be on the from first 2 rows, extreme right.

The actors bodies were not the model type but it works because it represents the real men in our society. And I think that makes it hotter to see them on stage.

NUDITY RATING: Definitely a 5! Quinn just showed us his equipment for a long time, it will be forever etched in your memory.

Catch this show!

1 Comment

  1. No nudity in Annie Baker’s latest, John, despite the presence of Christopher Abbott, whose nude scene in The Happy Sad, alongside Michael Stahl-David and Maulik Pacholy, is the biggest miss, magnified times three, of my entire nudity-in-theater hunt/hobby, though milutilu has fond memories of it, which used to be in archives.

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