PHOTO CALL: The Skivvies, With Special Guests Morgan James and Alison Fraser, Heat Up 54 Below With Late-Night Concert

By Matthew Blank
08 Jul 2013

Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina, the scantily-clad theatre duo otherwise known as The Skivvies, returned to 54 Below for a July 5 late-night concert.



Following a sold-out June 10 concert at the nightlife venue, The Skivvies offered an 11 PM concert that included Alison Fraser (The Secret Garden, The Divine Sister) and Morgan James (Motown, Godspell). 

James offered a man-to-woman strip routine while performing a mashup of "If I Were a Boy," "Man's World," "Do Right Woman," "Suit and Tie" and "Maneater." A helmet-toting Fraser combined "On the Street Where You Live" with "Brand New Key."



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Audiences were also treated to such Skivvies favorites as "We Found Love," "Pumped Up Kicks," "Umbrella," "Video Killed the Radio Star" and "The Hardbody Hoedown."

Featuring actor-musicians Molina (Sweeney Todd, Marry Me a Little) and Cearley (All Shook Up), the Skivvies are known for their acoustic performances of pop songs, wearing nothing but their underwear. The duo and their guests play instruments ranging from the cello, ukulele, guitar and glockenspiel to the melodica.

Check out the Skivvies' Playbill Playlist of "Songs to Strip to."