Mar 5, 2018

More "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" Beefcake

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike is a 2012 play about two middle-aged siblings living in one of those Chekhov plays about nouveau-poor aristocrats struggling to survive financially on a doddering estate (it doesn't matter which one -- they're basically all like that).  Their movie-star younger sister arrives with her boytoy Spike, who strips to his unmentionables and draws everyone's erotic interest.

It won't be playing on the high school circuit anytime soon, but it's popular in colleges and community theaters.  The trick is finding a Spike who is hot enough to realistically draw the attention of all three siblings.

1. Jefferson Farber at the Arena Stage in Washington DC has the basket and biceps, but the tattoos are a definite drawback, and what's with the smirk?


2.  The Gulfshore Playhouse in Naples, Florida tells us who all of the other actors are, but refuses to reveal the actor who plays Spike.  Pity -- handsome face, sculpted physique, hangs to the left.














3.  Joburg Theatre in South Africa.  Nice pecs and abs, nice hair, no basket.

















4. Citadel Theater in Illinois.  Is this the boytoy or the brother?


















5. The Arts Commons in Calgary.  Nice muscular frame, impressive basket, but he's got to do something about that hair.
















6.  Jefferson McDonald as a shaggy-handsome prince Spike in Cincinnati.

















7. Berkeley Rep.  He sort of looks like Dick Sargent from Bewitched, who used to go cruising with my friend Randall the Muscle Bear.
















8. Palisades Theater. Kyle Jordan is practically perfect.

















9. Harlequin Theatre, Olympia, Washington.  Too skinny.


















10. Stephan Mark Lucas in Smithtown, New York. 








See also: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

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