Ms Fanservice: Theater
- Magda from Tanz Der Vampire, who spends most of the show in various forms permutations of the Impossibly-Low Neckline and a very skimpy nightgown. Then there's her finale costume, which seems designed to show as much skin as possible while still using the idea that extra fabric is sensual. The result? A corset-bodiced dress with lots of cleavage, a short skirt, and a transparent blouse and overskirt.◊
- Interestingly, some versions of Little Shop of Horrors tend to give Audrey a nightgown or very short skirt (think 60s nurse uniform skirts) for the scene where she dies, and when she's placed upon Audrey II and the puppeteers start moving the tongue to get her down, the audience gets a pretty good view. Notable since she could just be placed any old way and fall down his gullet however she wanted.
- Cunegonde and Paquette in Candide
- The entire female cast of Spring Awakening.
- Also Chicago.
- Sally Bowles in Cabaret.