TragicWhiteKnight: A spin-off. Interesting posts on the original thread, focusing more on the role of the actor changing the script/nature of the play to suit his conditions by calling it irony. So, instead of looking at actors, I'll ask a similar question of the writer. Do you think the issues of being well-endowed can be addressed in the medium of theatre? I don't mean nudity in general, inferences, or symbols but as the entire purpose of the play. Or would the subject matter just be seen as bragging, elititist or lacking in real dramatic potential? Similarly, would such a play be undermined or bolstered by male frontal nudity? Prosthetics, real or clothes on for dignity? This questions a little less hypothetical than the prequel given I am something of a playwright (...nearly something..), and was wondering if the issues of size could be expanded beyond a story of jealousy.