The Skivvies Return to Joe’s Pub in August with a Parade of Special Guests

Cabaret & Concert News   The Skivvies Return to Joe’s Pub in August with a Parade of Special Guests
The scantily attired duo will perform at the supper club August 6 and 7.
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The scantily clad cabaret duo known as The Skivvies, consisting of actor-musicians Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley, will perform two concerts mixing pop music and showtunes with help from parade of special guests August 6 and 7 at 9:30 PM at Joe’s Pub in Manhattan.

The lingerie-clad duo told Playbill that audiences “can expect original brand new irreverent mashups” with special guests including Erik Altemus on a combination of Madonna’s “Papa Don’t Preach,” Beyoncé’s “Daddy Issues,” and Ragtime’s “Your Daddy’s Son.”

Krysta Rodriguez will perform a medley of songs about puppy dogs. Grace McLean will join them on a collection of songs that involve her digital looper.

The Skivvies will also perform their new mashup single, “Nothing Compares to the Shape of U.”

“It’s always a brand new show,” Cearley said. “We create the arrangements with and for each guest.”

Guest performers for August 6:
Elena Shaddow
Lilli Cooper
Erik Altemus
Clifton Duncan
Marrick Smith
Grace McLean
Dylan Mulvaney
Leslie McDonel
Michael Campayno

Guest performers for August 7:
Peter Saide
Jenn Harris
Lilli Cooper
Erik Altemus
Clifton Duncan
Marrick Smith
Krysta Rodriguez
Dylan Mulvaney
Leslie McDonel
Mikey Campayno

Tickets cost $30–$35 and can be ordered by clicking here. Joe’s Pub is located inside the Public Theatre complex at 425 Lafayette Street.

Molina has appeared on Broadway in Rock of Ages, Sweeney Todd, and Candide. Cearley has appeared in Pageant and A Midsummer Night's Dream. Click here for more information on the Skivvies. Tickets are also available by calling the box office at (212) 967-7555.

Here is a video of the Skivvies singing their “Call Me Medley” at an April performance at The Green Room 42 club in Manhattan:


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