Chippendales performed at The Paramount in Huntington on Long Island on Saturday, February 3, for two back-to-back, sold-out shows (the first show started at 8 PM and the second show began at 10:30 PM respectively). The line-up of eight Chippendales performers at The Paramount included Justin Rhodes, James Leigh, Shiva Paul, Cody Canyon, Tory George, Mozart, Chris Mike and Bryan Chambers.

The performers were all diverse and in top-notch physical shape. The Chippendales are touring the country and abroad as part of their "About Last Night" traveling show, and in Las Vegas, Nevada, they perform regularly at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino.

An eclectic show

The Chippendales show was quite eclectic, incorporating elements of theater and music, coupled with the latest state-of-the-art technology and lighting. Besides showing some skin for the ladies, they danced to the hit dance song "Better Off Alone," and they played such roles as construction workers, policemen, firemen, cowboys, as well as navy officers. One of the talented performers and singers, Canyon, serenaded the audience to "Fight Song" by pop songstress Rachel Platten with his smooth vocals.

They also encouraged audience participation, where they invited several females from the audience on stage with them to partake in game show activities.Their show included clips from the latest pop songs (songs by Usher, Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars), and they even reenacted a scene from "Fifty Shades of Grey." They even threw some country in the mix with "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" from country duo Big & Rich.

Boy band set

Fans of '90s music were in for a real treat, especially since the Chippendales performed songs by some of the biggest pop groups of our time. They covered hits from the Backstreet Boys such as "Everybody" and "I Want It That Way," as well as New Kids on the Block with their throwback songs "You Got It (The Right Stuff)" and "Step by Step." In this segment, they proved to be noteworthy musicians, in addition to dancers.


Overall, Chippendales is recommended for anybody interested in having a birthday party, divorce party, bachelorette party, or a girls night out. Several men were also in the audience, where they accompanied their girlfriends or wives to this event for moral support. It was a solid theatrical and musical production, where all of the male entertainers showcased their unique talents and abilities at The Paramount, one of Long Island's finest entertainment venues. Their show in Huntington garnered an A rating.