The 10 hottest chorus boys opening in Broadway musicals this spring (2011)

They may be in the background, but these sexy stars are heating up the stage.

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Broadway has been getting a kick out of gorgeous chorus girls and boys for generations, and the spring season is bookended by two celebrations of show-dancer hotness: The all-male Broadway Beauty Pageant on March 21 and the burlesque extravaganza Broadway Bares on June 19. Keep clicking to see 20 chorus-liners guaranteed to catch audiences' eyes in shows opening on Broadway in the next few months.

The girls | The boys

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  • Photograph: Billy B Photography

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    Charlie Williams
    Past Broadway shows: Memphis
    Spring show: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
    Al Hirschfeld Theatre, 302 W 45th St at Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, telecharge.com). Previews start Feb 26; opens Mar 27.

  • Photograph: Sophie Cao

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    Andrew Cao
    Past Broadway shows: none
    Spring show: Anything Goes
    Stephen Sondheim Theatre, 124 W 43rd St between Sixth Ave and Broadway (212-239-6200, telecharge.com). Previews start Mar 10; opens Apr 7.

  • Photograph: Rex Bonomell

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    Joshua Buscher
    Past Broadway shows: West Side Story
    Spring show: Priscilla Queen of the Desert
    Palace Theatre, 1564 Broadway 47th St (800-745-3000, ticketmaster.com). Previews start Feb 28; opens Mar 20.

  • Photograph: Phillip Spaeth Photography

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    Adam Perry
    Past Broadway shows: Wicked; Promises, Promises
    Spring show: Anything Goes
    Stephen Sondheim Theatre, 124 W 43rd St between Sixth Ave and Broadway (212-239-6200, telecharge.com). Previews start Mar 10; opens Apr 7.

  • Photograph: Carlos Gustavo Monroy

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    Charlie Sutton
    Past Broadway shows: Wicked, La Cage Aux Folles, Cry-Baby, The Addams Family, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
    Spring show: Catch Me if You Can
    Neil Simon Theatre, 250 W 52nd St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (877-250-2929, ticketmaster.com). Previews start Mar 11; opens Apr 10.

  • Photograph: Swat Khan

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    Craig Henningsen
    Past Broadway shows: none
    Spring show: Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
    Foxwoods Theatre, 213 W 42nd between Seventh and Eighth Aves (877-250-2929, spidermanonbroadway.com). Opens Mar 15.

  • Photograph: Dirty Sugar Photography

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    James Brown III
    Past Broadway shows: The Frogs, Wicked, The Color Purple, The Little Mermaid, Memphis, The Producers, The Lion King
    Spring show: Priscilla Queen of the Desert
    Palace Theatre, 1564 Broadway at 47th St (800-745-3000, ticketmaster.com). Previews start Feb 28; opens Mar 20.

  • Photograph: Dirty Sugar Photography

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    Marty Lawson
    Past Broadway shows: Movin' Out, The Times They Are A-Changin', Cry-Baby, Shrek the Musical; Promises, Promises
    Spring show: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
    Al Hirschfeld Theatre, 302 W 45th St at Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, telecharge.com). Previews start Feb 26; opens Mar 27.

  • Photograph: Mark Bradley Miller

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    Nick Kenkel
    Past Broadway shows: Legally Blonde
    Spring show: Catch Me if You Can
    Neil Simon Theatre, 250 W 52nd St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (877-250-2929, ticketmaster.com). Previews start Mar 11; opens Apr 10.

  • Photograph: Jeremy Daniel

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    Ward Billeisen
    Past Broadway shows: Fiddler on the Roof, Curtains
    Spring show: Anything Goes
    Stephen Sondheim Theatre, 124 W 43rd St between Sixth Ave and Broadway (212-239-6200, telecharge.com). Previews start Mar 10; opens Apr 7.

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Bob Jacobson
Bob Jacobson

2011 Chorus boys were blazin' hot comparatively to 2012!!!!!

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