Actors and actresses will bare it all next month at a city-owned theater when a nudist colony stages a series of plays it commissioned to promote a clothing-free lifestyle.
The Lake Edun Foundation Inc. (Edun is nude spelled backward) promoted the plays in its August newsletter under the headline, “No Sex, No Violence … Only Nudity.”
The plays are scheduled to be performed Sept. 24 to Oct. 1 at the Topeka Performing Arts Center’s Hussey Playhouse.
Of course, just to be nasty, the writer of the Associated Press story had to use the word “colony”. But that’s Kansas for you.
Longer article: Curtain to rise, clothes to fall
Lake Edun’s newsletter provides a little more detail:
From the frantic and funny to the reflective and informed, these brilliant and witty one-act plays promise a rare evening of Topeka theatre. So rare, in fact, that almost 30 years have passed since the last time auditions were called requiring actors to undress for the stage.
Originally posted August 26, 2005