Aaron Carter to Headline Vegas Run of 'Naked Boys Singing!'

LAS VEGAS—As it continues its hit 20-year run off-Broadway, musical revue Naked Boys Singing! kicks off a 12-week Las Vegas residency September 8 at The Jewel Box Theatre inside the Erotic Heritage Museum, with pop and tabloid sensation Aaron Carter heading up the cast.  

Presented by Tom D’Angora and Nick Padgett and directed by Tom and Michael D’Angora, Naked Boys Singing! features a five-guy ensemble performing a 60-minute variety show of comedy, raunchy musical numbers and no clothing.

"I suffer from body dysmorphia, but I’ve never felt more comfortable with my body than I do now,” Carter said. “I'm so excited to enter the theater world again in Naked Boys Singing! I look forward to having a great time and being a part of Vegas reopening!"

Aaron Carter rose to fame in the late '90s and early 2000s as a teen heartthrob when his second studio album Aaron’s Party (Come Get It) was certified 3x platinum. It included the hit songs "I Want Candy," "That’s How I Beat Shaq" and the title track, and led to him opening for Britney Spears and The Backstreet Boys. Carter later went on to make his Broadway debut in Seussical, followed by a successful run in off-Broadway’s The Fantasticks and a memorable turn on TV’s Dancing With The Stars

Created in 1998 by Robert Schrock and a team of 12 writers, Naked Boys Singing! premiered in Los Angeles and went on to play in theatres across the country and all around the world. The musical was initially marketed to gay men, but its fan base grew to a wide and diverse audience. It opened in New York City in 2000, where its ongoing off-Broadway run continues to fill seats. The New York Daily News called Naked Boys Singing! “a hit with gays, straights and everyone in between.” The movie adaptation of Naked Boys Singing! was released in 2007.

The Las Vegas production of Naked Boys Singing! begins its 12-week residency on Wednesday, September 8 with performances running through November 28, 2021. Performances will be Wednesdays at 9 p.m., and Thursdays through Sundays at 10 p.m., at The Jewel Box Theatre, located inside The Erotic Heritage Museum at 3275 Sammy Davis Jr. Drive. Ticket prices start at $74.99 with a limited number of premium VIP tickets available. 

Visit www.NakedBoysSingingVegas.com for tickets and more information.