The annual event raised a record $56,533 for BC/EFA.
Myriad New York City dancers gave Broadway a sexy makeover in Fire Island Pines June 3 with the return of Broadway Bares Fire Island. The one-night only event raised a record-breaking $56,533 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS over two performances at Whyte Hall’s Brandon Fradd Theater.
Take a look at the video above as dancers offer scantily clad takes on such shows as Hamilton,Jersey Boys,The Book of Mormon, Carousel, and Evita.
Flip through the photos of the show below:
See Broadway Strip Down for a Cause at Broadway Bares Fire Island
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