“Alt-cabaret, new burlesque: Whatever you call it, the jolly musical comedy of the Skivvies, a troupe of entertainers who perform in their underwear, joyfully rock.”- New York Times
Award-winning Broadway performers Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley return to The Smith Center with the most outrageous, feel good “undie-rock” concert of the year. This acclaimed duo of singer/musicians performs clever genre-hopping musical arrangements that showcase the artists’ soaring voices and tight harmonies – all with a minimalist dress code to reflect their stripped-down musical style! Expect ukulele, electric cello and an array of zany instruments. Special guest stars to be announced.
Rapidly building a widespread following, The Skivvies have performed in leading venues such as 54 Below, and have been featured in People Magazine, The New York Times, BuzzFeed, Time Out New York and Sports Illustrated. The band has shot pilots for A&E, FOX and WE.
Molina has made her mark on Broadway starring as the cello-playing Johanna in the critically acclaimed actor-musician revival of John Doyle’s “Sweeney Todd” starring Patti LuPone and Michael Cerveris. She went on to originate the role of Regina in the hit ‘80s rock musical “Rock of Ages” Off-Broadway, when it began at New World Stages and transferred with the production to Broadway.
Nick Cearley has performed in numerous smash productions, including the national Broadway tour of “All Shook Up” and Off-Broadway productions such as “Pageant – The Musical.”
"The Skivvies have managed to carve out a niche that we never knew needed to exist: It's part Weird Al-parody and part sexy burlesque...an unusual explosion of satire and sultry." - Out Magazine
"...Distinctive musical style, highly original...smart...sophisticated...ingenious..." - Wall Street Journal