Editor’s Picks: Three Sexy Shows To Warm You Up

March 10th, 2014 by

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This never-ending winter is finally coming to a close and relief is in sight. Why not celebrate the warm weather by indulging in something hot? BroadwayBox editor Josh Ferri picks three sexy shows you don’t want to miss.

1. Sex Tips Is a Laugh Riot
With a name like Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man, your first reaction might be, “Oh my, I just couldn’t.” But believe me, you could and you should. This new comedy is way more funny than crude and the audience participation is a real hoot. It’s a play you can bring your best gal pal, your gay best friend or even your mom, and you’ll leave smiling ear to ear. Oh, and did we mention, there’s also plenty of eye candy? What are you so afraid of, that you might learn something?! Sex Tips continues at Times Square’s new 777 Theatre.

2. RSVP to Broadway’s Ultimate Party at Rock of Ages
Go for the amazing ‘80s songs and stay for the amazing ‘80s bodies. Set in a time of Jane Fonda tapes and jazzercise, it’s no wonder Rock of Ages is still the sexiest show on Broadway. Make your way to the world-famous Bourbon Room, where the jams are hot and the girls are hotter. All sexy aside though, this Tony-nominated musical is the real deal and will win over even the most highbrow theater snob. Tease your hair, grab all your friends, grab everyone’s boyfriends and girlfriends and just dance the night away at Broadway’s Helen Hayes Theatre.

3. Warning: La Soiree Is Not for the Faint of Heart
Daring, jaw-dropping and titillating, off-Broadway’s La Soiree promises an evening out you won’t soon forget. This burlesque-inspired circus doesn’t offer your typical acts. Highlights of the night include Bath Boy (who makes everyone in the audience wish they were a rubber ducky), the muscular English Gents, Marawa (the lovechild of Josephine Baker and Betty Boop), the crushable juggler Marcus Monroe and Scotty the Blue Bunny, whose humor is…well blue. Death defying acts and unparalleled sex appeal take center stage at the Union Square Theatre.