The Naked Magicians is a live comedy magic show from Australia . The show is a mix of magic and comedy delivered by the magicians who slowly remove their clothing during the show until they are completely naked. Premiering at Brisbane Comedy Festival in Feb  , the show began as an act at comedy festivals and fringe festivals in Australian and New Zealand. News , Entertainment Tonight , and Access Hollywood. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Australian live comedy magic show.
‘The Naked Magicians’ can charm audiences with or without clothes
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But when the show finally started, Tyler and Wayne emerged fully clothed. As the show progressed, Tyler and Wayne slowly lost all their clothes. First the suit jackets came off, then the shirts, pants and finally the underwear. People who stepped into the theater were greeted by colorful lights illuminating the miscellaneous items scattered across the stage, including a small box hanging by a cord in the air and a blowup doll. The first trick of the night involved audience members tossing around a large penis-shaped balloon. The people who received the balloon helped create a porno title that later appeared on a sheet of paper locked in the hanging box on stage which had not been touched since before the show started.
'Naked Magic Show' promises tricks with a naughty touch
Speaking with Eikon, one of the Naked Magicians Christopher Wayne said they wanted to create something that had never been done before. It changed our lives. Wayne has actually lost more than 45 kilograms along his fitness journey for the show, but said it can be tough keeping the bodies trim when touring. As expected, the majority of the audience is straight women, but there is definitely lots to see for the gay male audience as well.
The obvious inference to draw from "The Naked Magic Show" is it features illusionists with nothing to hide. Spicy and unique, the R-rated, for-adults stage show has a 7 p. Sunday date at Merrillville's Star Plaza Theatre. Some have their lids screwed on tighter than others, and we like to take that jar and shake it up.