Not just any stage, we’re talking Broadway baby. And it wasn’t strip poker per say – but as long as Charlie ended up naked, let’s not get caught up in technicalities when we’ve got a show to see.
On April 8, 1992, seven of Broadway’s hottest men danced nearly naked on the bar at Splash, one of Manhattan’s popular gay watering holes, and Broadway Bares was born.
Broadway Bares is part of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS which helps men, women, and children across the country with medications, health care, meals, counseling, and emergency financial assistance.
This past Sunday, Broadway’s hottest dancers and two explosively responsive audiences came together for a fierce and steamy evening of fun and sensational striptease at Broadway Bares: Game Night, raising a record-breaking raised $1,875,090.
“The Boys in the Band’s Matt Bomer, Charlie Carver, Robin de Jesús, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells, Michael Benjamin Washington and Tuc Watkins appeared as special guests and were challenged with some tantalizing trivia questions. For each incorrect answer by the cast, Carver had to strip off an article of clothing. The Boys may have lost, but the audience surely won when Carver was stripped to nothing but his cowboy hat.”
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