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which have been staged in At­lanta. He took a bit of a break for a few years though and it’s been a while since one of his shows was in town, much less one af­ter the other.

“A lot of changed here – I don’t rec­og­nize a lot of it,” Larsen said.

He uses a com­bi­na­tion of dif­fer­ent guys for every show, but it can be hard to find tal­ent every night. As of press time, Larsen was still in the process of lin­ing up ac­tors for the At­lanta run. In the Fort Laud­erdale gig, all the ac­tors were gay, but Larsen likes to have a mix­ture of sex­ual ori­en­ta­tions and races. Be­sides be­ing will­ing to drop trou, his sub­jects need to have fun and go with the flow.

“The show would not be great if the guys didn’t like talk­ing and par­tic­i­pat­ing,” he “The Pe­nis Talk Show” Aug. 19 – 27 7 Stages 1105 Eu­clid Ave. N.E. At­lanta, GA 30307 www.ron­ said. “It should not be re­hearsed ei­ther. don’t tell them what to say.” I

‘The Pe­nis Talk Show’ cre­ator Ron­nie Larsen said the crowds at the show are a mix of men and women and gay and straight. (Cour­tesy photo)

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