Play Review Staring Mathew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Seth Rogun, Daniel Radcliffe.
A fantastic ride, Marx Brothers like. Grab your seat as Thailand for Sex actors dance, sing, and laugh their way to a smash hit.
Four lonesome and mostly broke bachelors devise plan to go to Thailand for love. One of the lonely boys gets a job on a Singapore Container Vessel, that stops in Bangkok, by impersonating a merchant marine from the Philippines.
The four buddies all get on the voyage by impersonating the same person. Dance and singing antics abound as they all try to occupy the same bunk bed, eat the same food, and work without getting noticed.
Act two the vessel arrives in Bangkok and the boys fail to get shore leave. They sing and dance their way overboard, sing their way through Customs, and dance into a Bangkok Bar.
Laughing and being rowdy the boys anticipate whooping it up with the local ladies swarming around them. However things do not go as planned.
Still impersonating the merchant marine they dance their way into trouble with the wrong people who shainghai the boys to work on the next vessel to Bombay.
Act three the boys escape and dance their way to the airport. Despondent they return to New York and enroll in a night course where they meet four Thai sisters.
Laughing, singing, dancing, and meeting dad close the show.
A laugh all the way.