Last night, New York was treated to a one-of-a-kind show that puts both Cirque du Soleil and Chippendales to shame. Broadway Bares 23: United Strips of America was the latest iteration of the long-running burlesque review benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
It was an especially star-studded night at Roseland Ballroom, from executive producer Jerry Mitchell to an on-stage (though non-striptease) appearance by Kinky Boot’s other Tony winner, Billy Porter. Popping up in the audience were A list gays like Adam Lambert and Andy Cohen, while Broadway veteran Chris Sieber (Spamalot) emceed the event but didn’t hesitate to strip down to leather pants and a harness for one particularly risque number.
Check out highlights from the show below!
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