One of Sydney Festival’s featured art and dance shows will bare it all – and asks audience members do the same.

Sydney Festival’s Nude Live dancers will perform unclothed at the Art Gallery of New South Wales as part of the Nude: art from the Tate collection exhibit. "Highly physical and emotionally charged choreography" fuels performers responding to paintings, sculptures photographs and works by Pablo Picasso, Lucian Freud, Henri Matisse and Louise Bourgeois, according to the Sydney Festival website.

As part of an immersive experience, the Jan. 23, 2017, performance will only admit adults willing to go nude, too, for the entire show. The Sydney Festival Facebook page announced the special performance this week. Tickets are now available.

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Want to go without stripping? Additional January show times don’t require a birthday suit.

The Sydney Festival runs annually from Jan. 7 to 29, 2017 comprising around 370 performances and about 100 events performed in more than 30 venues.