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Some of Manhattan's hottest and most able-bodied dancers dove headfirst into summer at New York's premier gay resort last weekend with "Broadway Bares Fire Island."
Conceived by director Michael Lee Scott, the two June 4 performances of "Broadway Bares Fire Island" raised $51,733 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, a non-profit group dedicated to AIDS-related causes across the U.S. The evening, which featured numbers ranging from lusty lumberjacks to a sexed-up, drag take on Marie Antoinette, was an intimate version of the annual "Broadway Bares" extravaganza, which hits New York's Hammerstein Ballroom June 19.
This year's installment, "Broadway Bares: On Demand," will feature a “must-see TV” theme, with saucy vignettes depicting a game show, a sports game and even “The Bachelor.” The show will be directed by Nick Kenkel, who was the associate choreographer on the 2011 musical, “Catch Me If You Can.”
Check out a video of "Broadway Bares Fire Island" above, as well as a selection of steamy photos below.