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All-female cast perform NUDE version of Shakespeare’s Tempest in Central Park

All-female cast perform NUDE version of Shakespeare’s Tempest in Central Park

  • Members of Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society put on production of Shakespeare’s Tempest
  • Play was designed to highlight the restrictions that society places on people’s bodies, according to the group
  • All-female cast performed show over two day on Summit Rock in Central Park as part of the outdoor theater season
  • Toplessness is legal everywhere in New York, and while full nudity is usually banned, it is allowed in the name of art

The naked book worm.


If you’re a regular follower of my blog, Twitter account or Goodreads blog, you should know by now that I’m a fanatical lover of books and reading.

My father worked for a book publishers and when my brother and I were young children, dad would bring home boxes of free books and my love and respect for books was nurtured from a young age.

In some ways, I’m glad I grew up in the 1970’s and early 1980’s before the rise of the computer, mobile phones and multi-channel TV. The Britain of my youth was three TV channels which were not 24 hours, board games and books. A rainy day during the school holidays was an excuse to tuck into a great book or a visit to our local library.

My favourite authors as a child were Roald Dahl, Beatrix Potter and Enid Blyton. I also loved the Moomin books…

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