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So how do you promote a theatre production based on such a revered and culturally-important novel, while still paying due attention to its sensitive themes of violence and social control?
Here are the terms some articles used to describe the cast of ‘ Tick” So why is this show being advertised like it’s the next installment in the Magic Mike franchise?
And whether this “promise of shirtless hunks” is a matter of exploiting the audience or not is never mentioned.
It’s also worth noting that the term “muscleboys,” which is used in the headline for another article advertising . In an interview with The New York Times, Spencer-Jones acknowledged the lack of female cast members, saying, “The women in the novel are dehumanized and faceless and sort of stripped away of their complexity…
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When Shane (Mike Hatton) inherits a gentleman's club from his estranged uncle, he leaves his Midwestern home for Los Angeles.
When you’re trying to market a thought-provoking, timely piece of theatre that happens to involve a rape sequence (and yes, there is a gang-rape scene in the play), should your major selling point be how attractive the actors are? Unless, of course, the play you’re marketing isn’t all that thought-provoking in the first place.
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(actually, someone already tried), it’s nice to see that theatre producers are willing to take a chance on an ambitious, daring piece of theatre.
If you’re not familiar with the original 1962 novel by Anthony Burgess, here’s the premise: follows Alex, a teenager living in a dystopic England plagued by juvenile delinquency.
Making Alex (kind of) gay just seems like bad fanfiction, and a cheap attempt to win LGBTQIA fans.
In the interview I previously linked to (“What Makes the Hunky Star of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ Tick”), Jonno Davies, who plays Alex in the show, acknowledges the fact that one of his fellow actors, Matt Doyle, is “a huge gay heartthrob on the New York theater scene,” and is even asked if he’s bothered that “some tickets have probably been sold based on the promise of shirtless hunks.” Spoiler: he isn’t.