Crumpled one dollar bills hit the deck or were clenched in teeth as spectators signaled their admiration and desire for the well-crafted bodies on stage. Some spectators, seemingly awestruck, sat and watched as dancers undulated, stripped down to their scivvies and pretended to hump the air or lucky ladies plucked from the crowd. Other fans held up tips attracting hugs and lap dances as dancers left the stage for up close and personal dances with the ladies.
The men seemed to enjoy their work- some seemed genuinely friendly or they were just good actors. The former venue for the stage extravaganza "Hello Hollywood Hello", the Zigfield Theater's rain-curtain, elaborate lighting, backdrops and a full-size, movable airplane added beauty and excitement to the show.
The show proved that ladies of all ages enjoy "just looking" and some are not afraid to be as blatantly lecherous as men. The size and enthusiasm of the crowd ended any speculation about the popularity of another male revue.
For Debbie Scott, the show was "a good time away from my husband". Scott's friend Yolande Wilson was looking forward to the "hot sweaty bodies and tight buns". At the same table, Nicole Maddox was "a little embarrassed" to give her name (but did anyway).
Before the show, Scott and a her friends "had a passion party with sex toys and took a party bus" so they could get home safely after the night of drinking.
"Just come home when your done," Lori Pittard's husband had said.
When asked to comment at the end of the show, one woman gave a practical assessment calling it a "good value". Other male dancers expect twenty dollar bills for a lap dance instead of one dollar bills, she said, citing her experience with other male revues in Las Vegas.
Near the end of the show, Chambers and Reynolds were angry and looking around for unknown girls who had sat uninvited at their table. Now the women were gone and so were autographed portraits of Girls Night Out dancers- one had been signed with a personal "Happy Birthday" note to Chambers.
The show is "the only male entertainment agency based out of Reno!" states the revue's website at www.thegirlsnightoutshow.com.