Outdoor Faucet Penises Promote Drag-Themed Play in Denver Gyro's ads make use of the plumbing

Putting the wild in wild postings, Gyro's Denver office recently made clever use of outdoor faucets around town to promote the drag-themed theater show Drag Machine at the city's Off-Center theater. The play is about a group of drag queens who use a time machine to take the audience through a brief history of drag. The posters feature the actual cast members—though not, of course, the actual cast's members. Also, the faucets may not be anatomically correct. Two more posters below.

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