Down for Dave

Welcome to our "Dude-oir" series where we will feature the brave and bold men of The Full Monty. 

Dave Bukatinsky was a steel roller in Buffalo, New York. He now spends his time waiting for something he isn’t quite sure of yet, but he is happy to spend the time eating.

What’s your sign? 

How would you describe your personality?
Hard Candy Outside, Soft Nougat Center

What is your ideal date?
All You Can Eat Buffet

Favorite color and how that reflects your personality?
Dark Blue, less likely to show food stains.

What are your hobbies?
Eating and complaining about eating.

What’s your favorite cocktail? 

Are you a morning person or a night owl?
Night Owl

What’s your idea of a perfect day?
A day of laying in bed with a bag of chips.

Are you an adventurous person?
Hell no.

Do you believe in love at first sight?
Of course.

Do you have any nicknames?
Big guy, Fat B*st*rd

If you had 3 wishes from a genie, what would you wish for?
1. To be able to eat whatever I want
2. To not gain any weight
3. For the Bills to win every year.

What are your favorite recipes?
Popcorn covered with melted cheese.

What kind of things do you like to do for fun?

What are your turn ons?

What are your turn-offs?
Being touched.

The Full Monty

Book by Terrence McNally, Music and Lyrics by David Yazbek

Directed by Kate Austin-Gröen

November 2 – November 30, 2019

“A loser becomes, for just a few minutes, a winner.” -The New York Times

Six unemployed steelworkers in Buffalo, New York are miserable. They have no cash and no prospects. Meanwhile, they discover their wives going crazy over male strippers. The men set out to make some quick cash showing off their “real men” bodies by becoming strippers themselves. As the guys work through their fears, self-consciousness and anxieties, they find the courage to “let it all hang out.” Based on the cult hit film of the same name and a ten-time Tony Award nominee, The Full Monty is a raucous, pop/rock musical send up of gender expectations and stereotypes that takes it all off in the most anticipated closing number of any show

Playing at Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre – 417 West Magnolia Street