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Musical Review of gay experiences as told through song, stage choreography and full male nudity. | Full synopsis »
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Naked Boys Singing!
 (From The Hollywood Reporter. 9 November 2007)

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This is not a film of the wonderful stage version, unfortunately See more (7 total) »


  (in credits order)
Andrew Blake Ames ... Performer

Jason Currie ... Performer

Jaymes Hodges ... Performer
Joseph Keane ... Performer
Anthony Manough ... Performer
Ethan Le Phong ... Performer

Joe Souza ... Performer

Kevin Alexander Stea ... Performer (as Kevin Stea)
Salvatore Vassallo ... Performer
Vincent Zamora ... Performer
Peter Lempert ... Answering Machine Voice (voice)
Marlene Fisher ... Answering Machine Voice (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Haboush ... Guy Buying Ticket at Beginning of Show (uncredited)
David Hawkins ... Pianist (uncredited)

Directed by
Robert Schrock 
Troy Christian (co-director)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stephen Bates 
Marie Cain 
Shelly Markham 
David Pevsner 
Mark Savage 
Robert Schrock 
Rayme Sciaroni 
Trance Thompson 
Bruce Vilanch 
Mark Winkler 

Produced by
Darryl Anderle .... co-producer
Kermit Johns .... executive producer
Ilo Orleans .... co-producer
Jennifer Schaefer .... line producer
Kirkland Tibbels .... producer
G. Sterling Zinsmeyer .... executive producer
Cinematography by
Troy Christian (director of photography)
Jerry Evans (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Troy Christian 
Jerry Evans 
Costume Design by
Laura Brody 
Production Management
Jennifer Schaefer .... post-production supervisor
Art Department
David Hawkins .... property master
Casting Department
Peter Matyas .... casting coordinator
Michael Schwartz .... casting intern
Editorial Department
Robert S. Douglas .... colorist
Music Department
Nic. tenBroek .... music producer
Nic. tenBroek .... orchestrator
Other crew
Stevie Ray Anthony .... associate choreographer
Troy Christian .... choreographer
Johnny Ortez .... production accountant
Aria Stewart .... set production assistant
Johnny B. Dunn .... thanks

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Additional Details

South Korea:83 min | USA:95 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »

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Performer:Now, this may sound dumb, and it may sound silly, but I'm pretty sure I'm workin' out for Willie. If gettin' big and buff's your goal, does it matter which head is in control? Who cares if the little head's the one, as long as I get my workout done? So, yes, I'm doin' it all for him. Now I know why I come to the gym.See more »
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
This is not a film of the wonderful stage version, unfortunately, 30 January 2010
Author: ilikeimdb from Arlington, VA USA

If you haven't seen the stage version of Naked Boys Singing! (NBS), then what more can you do but see this film. The film's fun, campy, well-acted, well-sung and has lots of inspired choreography. However, compared to the live stage version, the film misfires conceptually, has truly cheesy "just graduated from film-school editing" and doesn't do justice to the essential intimacy of the material -- it neither delivers a good film nor a piece of theater-on-film. // Before writing this review, I watched the "making of" segment (titled "Nuts and Bolts") to find out how the producer/director could have gone astray with excellent material and a stage production that literally sells itself. Biggest problem: They tried to reimagine NBS as a film, making the same sad mistake foisted upon A Chorus Line -- both shows are perfect as-is and were designed to be seen in a theater from a center row in the Orchestra (and in the case of NBS, the second row): Why add all the superfluous cut-aways, back stories, reverse angles (again, an audience isn't supposed to see what the actors see), cutesy effects (slo-mo, sepia tones, dissolves, multiple-image shots, etc.)? This screams "I'm trying everything they taught me in film school." Moreover, introducing the numbers by showing the musical scores gives a documentary feel to what should be a live production. Why incorporate techniques from an dissonant genre? Hasn't anyone seen the excellent Sondheim recordings of his stage productions? They record the performance. Period. That said, there is the issue of how to record the body mics. But somehow, when I saw NBS in New York in that intimate little theater in the Village, no one needed a mic. So, I reject the rationale that they had to lip-sync everything to get the recording. No, they had to lip-sync in order to support all the cheesy/cutesy editing techniques! So much time and effort could have been saved had they simply filmed the show in a, er, straight-forward fashion. Simple, direct, intimate...that's what drives the NBS source material -- and the film introduces too much schlock and unnecessary distractions.

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