To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems. THE three guys in ''3 Guys Naked from the Waist Down,'' the new musical at the Minetta Lane, never go naked - but they often do seem to be jumping out of their skins. In this portrait of three stand-up comics, the performers are forever clowning, running and singing at the highest imaginable pitch; such is the show's voltage level that a fast descent down a fire pole can almost qualify as an introspective moment. But the riotous activity, while dizzying, is rarely aimless.
Three Guys Naked from the Waist Down | Samuel French
This is the story of three stand-up comics who play the comedy club circuit of Manhattan, come together to form a team, and subsequently experience the fulfillment of their wildest dreams and darkest nightmares. Ted Klausterman, the M. Ted then introduces Phil Kunin, a newcomer to the comedy scene, who relates the New Yorker's dilemma of how to get through a single day with both mind and body intact. First he hangs himself, then he staggers across the stage covered with arrows, and finally enters headless. The inexperienced Phil, thrown by the interruptions, furiously stomps off the stage. Ted finds Phil in the back alley of the club. Feeling trapped as an M.
Bursting with daring ideas about how to do musicals. It transforms stand up comedy into new unexpected forms of theatrical energy. The entire conception is strikingly original and oh those three guys! Should run as long as there's a laugh in us.
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