Thanks to fipines for the tip. At this point I think most blog readers know the plot of Take Me Out but in case there are any newbies:
Darren Lemming, the star center fielder of the world champion New York Empires, is young, rich, famous, talented, handsome and so convinced of his popularity that when he casually announces he’s gay, he assumes the news will be readily accepted by everyone. It isn’t. Friends, fans and teammates react with ambivalence, and when the slipping Empires call up the young phenom Shane Mungitt to close their games, the ambivalence turns to violence. Angry, lonely, guilt-ridden and confused, Darren finds some unlikely solace in the form of friendship with his new business manager, Mason Marzac—a brilliant but repressed guy, who, as everyone around him copes with disenchantment, blooms in the ecstatic discovery of baseball.
Caveat: Though Take Me Out is a male nudity MVP (just Google Take Me Out shower to see why), several regional productions have gone out of their way to accommodate their actors’ skiddiness about nudity in the locker room scenes. The most common solutions are building a waste-high partition around the showers or having the actors hide behind towels or face away from the audience. Almost all do productions show some full nudity at some point (except for one ill-fated production that made its cast wear jockstraps). However, there is no guarantee all the actors will have the balls to show us their balls. Fingers crossed this production is willing to go there!