Camp Morning Wood: A Very Naked Musical, which premiered off-Broadway at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater last week, has no problem living up to its naughty name. The show, with book and lyrics by Jay Falzone and conceived and directed by Marc Eardley, chronicles the exploits of troubled couple Gabe (Tim Garnham) and Randy (Alex Gagne) as their car breaks down in a forest. They stumble upon a gay men’s nudist colony, the aptly named Camp Morning Wood. The couple soon find themselves caught up in the battle to save the camp from closeted Sen. Dick Snatch (Courtney Dease) trying to sell the land to an oil company. The show is at its best when it embraces its campy over-the-topness with numbers like “A BBC’s Lament,” a tribute to black men’s packages sung au natural by Titus (Ethan Gwynn) and “It’s Just A Preference,” a pointed hit at gay men’s cruelty to other gays performed all-too-convincingly by poison twink Kincaid (Michael Witkes). While uneven in parts and definitely not for all, Camp Morning Wood wins over open-minded audiences with its sheer gutsy outrageousness and self-mocking humor by the “very naked” all-cast finale, “Bare It All.”