Broadway Bares 23: United Strips of America (slide show)

Dancers from the Great White Way stripped down for this annual Pride Week tradition, benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

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  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

  • Photograph: Syd London

    Broadway Bares 23

Photograph: Syd London

Broadway Bares 23

For more than two decades, Broadway Bares has kicked off Pride Week with local chorus boys and girls stripping for charity. It's a simple concept—hot dancers taking their clothes off is awesome. And it works: This past weekend at Roseland, Bares (which had a cheeky stripping-across-America theme this year) raised a record-breaking $1,430,241 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, a charity that helps fund much needed services for people with AIDS and other critical illnesses. TONY's photographer caught the action both onstage and behind the scenes.


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