This Sunday, more than 200 of Broadway’s most stunning dancers will strip down for an auction-themed burlesque show at this year’s Broadway Bares XXI: Masterpiece at Roseland Ballroom. Produced by and benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA), the sizzling performance features stars and starlets of the stage engaging two crowds of theatre enthusiasts (9:30pm and midnight) with their interpretations of the scantily clad subjects of famous art pieces.
Special guests will include Tony and Emmy nominees and winners from a number of Broadway shows, including Judith Light, Rory O’Malley, Jim Parsons, David Hyde Pierce, Roger Rees, and Christopher Sieber, as well as New York Post columnist Michael Riedel. Tony Award winner Beth Leavel will perform the opening original song and the show will end with a number by Tony nominee Patina Miller.
Broadway Bares has become one of the signature events of BC/EFA, with 20 editions of the show raising more than $7.5 million. BC/EFA is a nonprofit fundraising and grant-making organization devoted to helping people with AIDS and other critical illnesses throughout the United States.
Don’t miss this chance to see Broadway’s most talented dancers bare it all!
(And after the jump, get a little video preview of what’s in store…)