Review: The Skivvies at Feinstein’s/54 Below
Secreted below Studio 54, once New York City’s most infamous nightclub, is a supper club and cabaret that recalls the look and glamour of such establishments in the 1940s, where guests enjoyed a night out, dinner and perhaps dancing, and a floor show.
Feinstein’s/54 Below, operated in partnership with singer and pianist Michael Feinstein, features a variety of shows ranging from musical theater to opera to jazz, and sometimes things get a bit risqué.
The Skivvies, a musical duo that performs, as the name suggests, in their unmentionables, and skimpy ones at that, are regulars on the 54 Below stage.
Comprised of two musical theater actors, Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley, the act is a kind of madcap mix of mashups and arrangements that take aim at everything from pop stars to religion (one guest on the stage on Easter Sunday was Jesus Christ, who said he was tired from having just risen from the dead).
Molina and Cearley have an energy that’s contagious and has audience members dancing in their seats (literally, we saw more than one person moving to the groove).
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