Camp Morning Wood is billed as Rocky Horror meets Naked Boys Singing.

Directed by Marc Eardley and choreographed by Ian Coulter-Buford and Jay Falzone, Camp Morning Wood is called a fresh, new musical comedy about a gay couple who decide to escape the Manhattan for a weekend camping in the woods. They plan to reconnect and unplug—but they get caught up in an adventure they never expected. A weekend of temptations and freeing (read naked) encounters leads the guys to new discoveries about themselves and each other that just might lead them back together.

What first caught my eye about this new show was the title of course, but the show’s clever marketing cinched the deal. The key art is Rocky & Bullwinkle cute—in its own way, of course.


The production’s Facebook page is chock full of clever. They’ve created profile graphics for each of the characters, and they’re a joy.cmw-2

The cast’s rehearsal photos are pretty darn cute, too. Starring ALEX GAGNÉ, TIM GARNHAM, BRADY VIGNESS, the cast features Nick Cartusciello, Anthony Logan Cole, Courtney Dease, Najee Gabay-Knight, Ethan Gwynn, Jeffrey Johns, Sean Stephens, Bryan Songy, and Michael Witkes.


Jacob and I are headed to Manhattan this month to spend a few days celebrating PRIDE on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. (I wrote about my personal memories of that point in time in an earlier post.) Tickets for Camp Morning Wood, in hand we’re looking forward to a fun time off-Broadway.

Co-creator, Will Shishmanian says, “We created this show to celebrate a message of unconditional love and to remind us all that when we put down our phones and defy digital app culture… we’re reconnecting to each other in very human, analog ways.”

You can look for Jacob and me in the front row. Seriously.

Camp Morning Wood   Website & Tickets
Now through July 7 at
The Peter J Sharp Theatre
416 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036

Produced by:
Get Naked LLC, Husani Oakley, JT Horenstein, Soiree Fair Inc.,
Traguna Productions, Curtis Howard, and Miss Hazel Jade



  • The Wall Street Journal has noticed the show. Its last preview is tonight, June 12.