New York theater installs infrared cameras to keep audiences from taking pictures of naked actors

Broadway’s Second Stage Theater has installed infrared cameras that will ensure that audiences in the dark do not film actors naked and do not upload footage to the Web, informed Thursday The Verge.

The decision was made after a scene from the Second Stage Theater performance, which actors Jesse Williams and Michael Oberholtzer played naked, appeared on the Internet.

“We strongly disapprove of filming someone naked without obtaining consent, which could have dire legal consequences,” a spokesman for the theater said, calling the act “an unacceptable breach of trust between actor and audience.”

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