North Hollywood actors and crew get naked for costumes (video)


Members of the Antaeus Company, a classical stage troupe based in North Hollywood, made a humorous end-of-year fundraising video that uses a lot of pixelated skin to make the point that actors need costumes. And that costumes cost money. The campaign is apparently working, says the LA Times.


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