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All-female cast perform NUDE version of Shakespeare's Tempest in Central Park
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Marisa Roper tit slip at Pulp Fiction Society Outing
By Chris Pleasance For Dailymail. When imagining typical a Shakespeare performance, you might be tempted to think of an all-male cast performing in elaborate head-to-toe costumes complete with neck ruffs and capes. So you might be surprised to find that this troupe of nude women in New York's Central Park are performing The Bard's Tempest as part of the city's season of outdoor theater. The cast members, who are part of The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society, decided to put on the show to highlight the restrictions that civilization puts on people's bodies. While Prospero and Miranda, who have been exiled on a Caribbean Island for 12 years, start the show fully nude the more civilized characters who are washed ashore start out wearing costumes before discarding them as the show goes on.
A summertime Shakespeare performance in a New York City park is nothing we haven't seen before, but putting on a nude production of The Tempest is a new twist. Following a successful run in Central Park, which was called " "brave and beautiful ," the mostly-nude show is moving to Prospect Park for free performances today through Saturday. We recently asked Mottola and director Pitr Strait about their production, the reaction they're getting, and the oglers that are likely drawn to this type of performances.