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Zumanity Dress Code

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by IWannaBeInVegas, Apr 15, 2015.

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  1. IWannaBeInVegas

    IWannaBeInVegas VIP Whale

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    What is considered proper attire to wear to Zumanity? I am the typical T-shirt and shorts with sneakers kind of guy but have no problem wearing a shirt with a collar or a button down.
     
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    There is no specific dress code - wear what makes you feel comfortable. I saw Zumanity in November and wore casual clothes (a short sleeve button-down shirt and jeans). You can totally wear the t-shirt and shorts, unless you plan to go somewhere nice for dinner before or after the show.
     
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    Thanks for the reply. I have no plans that night for anything fancy. The most fancy thing I will eat is Wicked Spoon Buffet.
     
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    Then you will be just fine. It is an enjoyable show....the humor is very raunchy but funny, and the Mistress of Ceremonies is hilarious. You will have a great time!
     
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    I knew when I picked the show it was raunchy and I have twisted sense of humor so that is why i picked it. I have a great seat, right down in front dead center, courtesy of Myvegas.
     
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    Wear stretchy pants.
     
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    Daisy Dukes....

    I am sure anything is fine, but not many T-shirts shorts when I went...
     
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    It was mid 80's when I went last May, plenty of shorts, myself included. Some lament the lack of "dressing up" for shows like it was in the "good old days" but times change. Be comfortable and enjoy a great show.
     
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    Here's one thing to think about: you say you have a seat front row center. If you are called on stage or otherwise "highlighted" by the MC, would you be comfortable being seen by so many people in whatever outfit you plan to wear? (we saw Zumanity years ago, so I have no idea if they still do that - but they did then).

    I don't ever wear shorts & a tee to a show. That's not comfortable to me. (heck, I don't even wear that grocery shopping - I'm much more comfortable in a sundress). I do like to dress up - esp in Vegas- but I'm not wearing a cocktail dress & heels either (so not comfortable to me....)

    There aren't dress codes. You can wear what you like. Be warned it could be cold or hot in a theater. When we saw Mamma Mia at MBay, I had to share my wrap with my husband because his button down long sleeve shirt wasn't warm enough for him. But think about how you want to present yourself in public, then go out and enjoy yourself.
     
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    You bring a valid point. Im most comfortable in my birthday suit, but they would frown upon such, so I am sure a nice collard shirt and shorts or jeans would be fine for me. I also plan to make it known to the usher I am not wanting to be called on for audience participation (as I was instructed to do)
     
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    I always wear slacks and dress shirt when attending any of the shows. Some folks might call that 'dressing up', but that's what I am comfortable wearing.
    Also,, like another poster said..........it can be quite cold in the show theaters.
     
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    There are plenty of people in that show in little more than their birthday suits, so you would be right at home on that stage! As for telling an usher you don't want to be called on...are you sure that works? Once those performers have you in their sights, they are relentless!!
     
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    I only know what i have read on reviews on the show.
     
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    Your birthday suit would be appropriate costuming for the show. Just wear what feels comfortable. For some people that's a t shirt for some it's a suit
     
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    We went to Zumanity last year, great show! There is no such thing as a dresscode to go to the show.

    Last year there where many people who sit in the front that called op on stage! Especially couples who where sitting on the love seats!!
     
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    Again thanks everyone for the replies. I cannot wait to see the show.
     
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    Just don't show up with a boner in sweat pants.
     
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    So is the problem the boner or the sweat pants?
     
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    I think for me the sweat pants, they would not notice my short comings
     
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    That's the thing. Either by themself is of course, socially acceptable. It's when you put the combonation together when you may have a problem.
     
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