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PHOTOS: Broadway Bares, Literally


THE SHOT — Guys & Dolls (and former Chorus Line) performer Nick Adams poses with Stephanie Gibson and Nina LaFarga to promote Broadway Bares, the annual burlesque (read: Broadway’s hottest get naked!) event supports Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Buy tickets for the 19th annual event on June 21 in New York City right here.

More revealing promo photos follow!

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  • timncguy

    It’s hard to make a comment when there are NNO PICTURES here

  • Jim

    Nice proofing queerty. Love the red x’s. Very racy.

  • Dick

    Works fine for me. Try on another browser

  • Jim

    @Dick: They have fixed it.

  • Puck

    I think I’m in Lust

  • Sceth

    Clicking! Clicking!

  • Toby

    nice bodies, but the faces aren’t all that handsome.

  • unclemike

    I really wish I was in New York for this show… *drool*

  • Bitch, please!

    agree with Toby.

  • Bitch, please!

    Sorry Toby, taking it back. I based my opinion on the guy on pic 1 and didn’t realize there were others. Some of them are CUTE!

  • alejandro

    this is why i love photography XD

  • scott ny'er

    nick adams has a SMOKING hot body. He’s very hot. Go to his website and check out those pics.

  • alan brickman

    Nick Adams is only famous because of the “feud” he cooked up with Mario Lopez….plus too much gay face…

  • Michael

    there are SO many better looking men on broadway…

  • Henry Holland

    Nice to see that they found at least one guy who wasn’t shaved and waxed to within an inch of his life.

  • Puddy Katz

    I keep “clicking here” and nothing happens!

  • tmmoney

    Have you heard the buzz about the new gay off-broadway play called “Next Fall”. It’s about a couple whose relationship is examined after a potentially fatal accident. The beautiful show, written by Naked Angels’ artist director Geoffrey Nauffts, chronicles the 5-year relationship between Adam, an atheist, and Luke, a devout Christian, and how – or even if – two very different men can stay together.

    You can see highlights and interviews about the play in this video:

    Well, worth a night on the town for dinner and a show.

  • Darreyl102

    @Henry Holland: Most Broadway performers have to be waxed or at least clean shaven. Think about it- how many Chorus boys do you know that are really hairy, especially facially. Also, since this was for Broadway Bares, you would be stupid not to wax- Everything looks bigger and more defined without Hair.

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