THE FULL MONTY, Broadway's smash hit musical, is playing through the 12th of October at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland.
Directed by Jack O'Brien and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. Book by Tony Award' winner Terrence McNally and music and lyrics are by pop composer David Yazbeck.
THE FULL MONTY is a musical comedy based on the biggest ever box office grossing British movie of the same name. The story begins when a local male strip show - whose dancers venture down to their skivvies - is a hit with the local women and six cash strapped unemployed steel workers figure they can cash in big time if they go the full Monty.
THE FULL MONTY is a show about friendship and parenting. It 's a show that explores the fragile side of the male psyche and G-strings. A show about an image crazed society and celebrating a person for who they are. It is a show for men and the women who love them and it is a raucous, rolling good time.
This show features an excellent cast, loveable characters, show stopping musical numbers and testosterone galore, who could ask for anything more. Except maybe some male strippers - who are just desperate enough to go the full Monty or are they? So the question is; how much is left to the imagination and how much is left to the thrill of live theatre. You'll have to be the judge cause I'm not telling.
THE FULL MONTY is in performance now through October 12th at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland. Ticket prices are $30, $45, $65, $70 and $95. Tickets are available at the Kodak theatre box office, 6801 Hollywood Blvd www.kodaktheatre.com or at Ticketmaster Phone Charge at 213/365-3500 or 714/740-7878, www.ticketmaster.com, and at all Ticketmaster Outlets including Tower Records, Robinsons-May, Wherehouse Music, Tu Musica and Ritmo Latino.