Naked Ladies

Thea Fitz-James discusses her one-woman play Naked Ladies along with body issues, feminism, and the meaning of nudity.

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Photo: Thea Fitz-James during a performance of Naked Ladies

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Episode XC

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The Vagina Monologues

A radio play version of The Vagina Monologues performed during the 2013 FCN/FQN Canadian Naturist Festival at Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park. Plus Felicity talks about a recent NBC News story about attracting youth and whether teens should tell others that they are naturists.

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Cast of The Vagina Monologues: Emily, Ramona, Suzy, Nikki, Karen, & Julia.

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Episode LVIII

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Barely Proper

A radio-play adaptation of Barely Proper by Tom Cushing recorded at Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park on August 4, 2011 during the Naturist Festival. Originally published in 1931 and subtitled “an unplayable play”, Barely Proper was extensively performed in nudist/naturist clubs in the 1960’s and 1970’s and served as an introduction and fundraiser for them.

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Illustration by Mordecai Gorelik from the original 1931 edition of Barely Proper by Tom Cushing.
The One-Act Adaptation of Barely Proper is by Leonard Lehrman ©1991
The music at the beginning of the play is Choro “Aguenta, seu Fulgêncio”, composed by Lourenço Lamartine and played by Pixinguinha (flute) and Lourenço Lamartine. Recorded in 1929 (RCA Victor Talking Machine Company of Brazil)

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Episode XXXIV

 

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Nude Theatre

A discussion of nudity in theatre including a play where a clothing-optional night was held in March 2011. Plus an interview with the actors of this two-woman show where they spend most of their time nude on stage.

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Episode XXXI

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