To Bare or Not To Bare
By admin on May 22, 2016 | In Performing Arts
It's been more than a few years since New York's highest court ruled that women in that state can bare their chests anyplace men are permitted to do so. However, full nudity is still not something you can get away with in Central Park. That is, unless it's part of art.
An all-female cast put on a production of Shakespeare's play, The Tempest, and they did it in the park, in broad daylight, and in the nude. How did they get away with that? Nudity is permitted in New York if it's an artistic expression, and no one was going to say Shakespeare isn't art.
Broadwayworld.com has more info and a pixilated video...for those of you who just can't get too much exposure to the Bard.
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