For those who are really dedicated to male nudity and have 24 hours to spare:
Mount Olympus: to glorify the cult of tragedy (a 24-hour performance) is a graphic, 24-hour Dionysian orgy of madness, murder, and music — a hallucinatory vision of Homeric themes and characters, played by 27 performers, that come to life in one day and one night. It is the age of humanity, and the birth of tragedy in its most fundamental form: mutilation, obscenity and purification. Acclaimed Belgian director Jan Fabre’s American premiere outlines stories and characters from Greek tragedy, wrenching open their flaws until they are left in tatters, smashed by violence, Homeric laughter and ecstasy. Mount Olympus is not a modernization of Greek tragedy. It is an investigation of the impossibility of representing that which mutilates us and makes us pure again.
More info and tickets: https://nyuskirball.org/events/mount-olympus/
Some of you might have seen videos of this performance online (there are several scenes of amazing male nudity). If you have the time and fortitude to stick around for the entire performance, you won’t be disappointed (unless you fall asleep during the fully nude male dance number!). I would recommend Googling a lot about the previous performances before you go so you are prepared and know what to look out for.