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article imageInterview with Nate Estimada from 'Men of The Strip' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Dec 21, 2013 in Entertainment
New York - Nate Estimada is one of the lead performers of the male revue "Men of The Strip" that played at Gramercy Theatre in New York on December 17.
Their show was emceed by Garo Bechirian and the other performers included Keith Webb, Kyle Efthemes, Chris Boudreaux and Joel Sajiun.
On being able to perform at Gramercy Theatre, he stated, "It's awesome to be in a real theater like this. It's a pleasure for us dancers and performers."
He shared that his "Men of The Strip" experience has been a whirlwind of emotions. "It has been a roller-coaster. We have had a lot of different learning experiences performing at different venues like small bars, little platforms to huge stages like the one here in Gramercy Theatre. It has been a bonding experience with the guys. There have been some painful moments mentally, but we got through them. We are all better and we became a team."
He collaborated with creative director and Emmy-nominated choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard and Jeff Timmons from 98 Degrees. "It was awesome," he admitted. "I was a little star struck at first. These guys knows what they are doing. It was a privilege to work with them."
Particularly impressive about Nate is that he and Kyle Efthemes (fellow performer of "Men of The Strip") are training buddies and they do wrestling routines each morning. "Kyle is my best friend and we are on the road here together. He is like my brother. We are actually training together and I am trying to get him to be my tag team partner in professional wrestling. That is what I am trying to convince him to do," he said.
On his plans for the future, Nate shared, "Getting this Vegas show on the road is my main priority right now. Getting a home in Vegas is my top priority too. Once that happens, who knows where we can go from there."
Nate's hometown is San Jose, California and his nickname is the "Midnite Cowboy."
To learn more about "Men of the Strip," check out their website.
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