The American director, Mr Tom O'Horgan, is patient with reporters but a bit sick of explaining why some of the cast take off all their clothes at the end of act one. When he came through immigration at London Airport they asked him what was he going to do, and he said, "Direct a play. Yesterday Mr O'Horgan said really it was a very small part of the play. The scene was at a be-in, and the actors and actresses undressed underneath a large blanket and then just stood up naked for a few moments. It was a celebration of freedom, a casting off of false values. He said it was short, beautiful, and unsexy. Only those members of the company undressed who wished to do so that night. The play opened on Broadway on the spring, and generally five or ten of the 26 actors and actresses undressed any one night. In rehearsal, the musical appears to be a satirical morality play, a bit noisy, of the kind familiar to anyone who saw the American La Mama Troupe last year.
The musical includes a nude protest scene, which will be a historical moment for the community theater. The cast recently discussed how this hippie-era production, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, continues to be relevant. The show that once defined everything new and revolutionary is approaching senior citizen status. But Theatre Baton Rouge's young cast doesn't think of it that way. Gerome Ragni and James Rado wrote the books and lyrics, and Galt MacDermot wrote the music for this rock musical revolving around a group of political activist friends called the Tribe in the Age of Aquarius.
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The Times’s Review: ‘It’s So Likeable.’
The audience is frozen in his thoughts as he waffles between going to war or remaining in a hippie counterculture in New York City. Six of his friends stand behind him shedding layers of their clothes. FPP approved nudity in the opening scene in which Claude, played by junior Colby Katz-Lapides, lies on-stage in the fetal position with his back to the audience. The nudity at the end of act one, which includes male and female full-frontal, was not approved because of the small size of Lisner Downstage, where the play showed six times this weekend. Ronnie Solevo, the director, said they would be unable to portray the separation between Claude and his friends, who burn their draft cards before they shed their clothes, without nudity. Solevo said everyone involved, including the board and the cast, approved the nudity. It was written between and by Gerome Ragni and James Rado and discusses themes such as sex versus love, drugs, free love and the Vietnam War. The script is not set in stone and each new cast conceptualizes it differently. The original did include full-frontal nudity, but several recent reproductions have chosen not to include nudity. The play also showed at Lisner Downstage, which does not have any formal rules forbidding nudity.
It's so dark. If you're going just for the nudity you will be disappointed. Minus Gavin and a few others. It happens at the end of Act I. And Gavin sings so he doesn't get naked.