Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 01, 2014
Hunk-O-Mania, the most popular male revue company in the United States, recently announced the opening of its newest location in Boston, MA. The Vegas-style 2-hour production is set to perform every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. in Boston, MA. Located at 100 Warrenton St., Hunk-O-Mania hosts a unique, upscale show packed with stunning stage production, dynamic choreography and a crew of talented and experienced hunks.
As seen on this season's America's Got Talent, Hunk-O-Mania’s scorching hot performances take women through exhilarating times with vibrant costumes and dance moves depicting each era. Audience members can experience "eye candy" from thematic periods in time including decorated gladiators, Wild West cowboys, kings of Egypt, Mafia bad boys, policemen, firemen, US Marines and more.
With Boston’s growing demand for an upscale ladies' night destination, the show has been customized for the city's diverse audience by creator and director Jean Louis, adding dynamic appeal for everyone to enjoy. With 15 years of experience as a professional dancer, Jean Louis selects his crew of male performers using the highest standards.
Hunk-O-Mania provides a provocative alternative to a typical ladies' night out by featuring male performers who have worked with some of the best entertainers in the industry. The group features professionals who have toured internationally and has extensive experience in professional dancing. Jean Louis created the show with a focus on high-end entertainment to guarantee audience members an unforgettable experience for any kind of celebration.
Also specializing in events and parties, Jean Louis customizes themes for an array of important events such as bachelorette parties and birthdays. The crew can also elevate private parties by bringing high-energy entertainment to the doorstep with its exclusive "Rent-a-Hunk" option. After touring the globe for many years, Hunk-O-Mania has created the only upscale Vegas-style male revue production available to audiences in Boston. Because of this, and Jean Louis's eye for uniqueness and talent, Hunk-O-Mania has been featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine, Good Day New York, Fox News, The Daily Beast, Houston CBS affiliate KHOU Channel 11, and most recently on NBC's America's Got Talent. For a preview of Hunk-O-Mania on America's Got Talent, visit http://youtu.be/_2EjyEv-F1Y.
Tickets are available now for $25 general admission or $45 VIP. For more information or for ticket purchase, visit Hunk-O-Mania at http://www.Hunk-O-Mania.com.
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