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PHOTOS: (Nearly) Naked Boys Dancing At Broadway Bares: Solo Strips In NYC
May 07, 2012
On Sunday, New York City’s XL nightclub hosted Broadway Bares: Solo Strips, a benefit revue featuring choreographed stripteases by some of the sexiest boys on Broadway. Directed by Tony Spinosa, this year’s show featured Cesar Abreu (The Metropolitan Opera), Guto Bittencourt (Les Miserables), Josh Buscher (Priscilla Queen of the Desert), Nick Kenkel (Evita), Grasan Kingsberry (Leap of Faith), Andy Mills (Memphis), Brandon Rubendall (Anything Goes), Sam Cahn (Memphis), Adam Fleming (Wicked), and Robb Sherman (The Skinny) baring almost everything for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Before the show, photographer Jeffrey James Keyes got up close with hostess and Broadway darling Jennifer Cody, who explained that “Solo Strips is an amuse-bouche” for the bigger Broadway Bares XXIII: Happy Endings at Roseland Ballroom on June 17, when more than 200 chorus boys and girls shake their stuff in a naughty fairy tale-themed show.
Photos: Jeffrey James Keyes