Naked Women Fully Clothed

November 16, 2009 at 12:18 am (Art, Florida, Fort Lauderdale, South Florida) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Naked Women

This weekend we had the pleasure of seeing “Naked Women Fully Clothed” presented by The Women’s Theatre Project. The play is “A titillating, provocative and humorous collection of one act and short plays that reveal and lay bare an array of secrets and revelations.” …In plain English, it was just funny!

The format was much like Saturday Night Live, providing monologues and group skits. The cast of six women transformed a modest stage into an array of environments through basic props and some imagination. Some of my favorite sketches were, “How to Be an Actress,” “I am Pastrami,” and “Warning! Women’s Body Parts Move” – where a “Nutty Professor”-type character explains that her body parts have been disappearing, only to discover that her thighs are now on Cindy Crawford.  The play was so funny that my face hurt from laughing by the time intermission came around.

“Naked Women Fully Clothed” was the final performance of the 2009 Season, but fear not, the 2010 Season kicks off with “The Year Magical Thinking” from February 18 – March 14, followed by “Going To See The Elephant” April 22 – May 11, and Wicked Sisters August 5 – 29.

For more information about upcoming events, or how to sponsor the Women’s Theatre Project check out their website, or call them at: 866-811-4111.

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Air New Zealand Flies with Landing Gear Down

July 5, 2009 at 1:18 pm (advertising, Branding, commercials, marketing, News, TV advertising) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Flight_crewWhat better way to ease your mind about picking an airline, or safety aboard a 737-300 aircraft, other than a naked flight crew?

That’s right, Air New Zealand’s latest ad campaign features the airline’s staff and crew wearing only body paint, shoes, and the occasional hat. What’s the message behind this – that they have nothing to hide; in other words, they give you everything…upfront.

So beyond the fun spirit of nudity and double entendre what else makes this ad interesting? It was shot in 1 day at 10 to 15% the cost of a regular ad. They way they did this was by using actual employees of the airline to act as talent. Even the CEO stripped for the cause, he’s one of the baggage handlers.

In addition to the ad, the flight safety video, Bare Essentials,  is created in the same way. The videos already have over 2 Million views on YouTube – and that’s the naked truth.

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