The 10 hottest chorus boys opening in Broadway musicals this spring (2013)

They may be in the background, but these sexy Broadway dancers and singers are heating up the stage

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Click to the next image to see the 10 hottest chorus boys opening in Broadway musicals this spring (2013).

 

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Photograph: Josh Lehrer

10 hottest Broadway chorus boys:
John Arthur Greene

Spring show: Matilda
Shubert Theatre, 225 W 44th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, matildathemusical.com). Previews start March 4. Opens April 11.

Previous Broadway shows: West Side Story

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Photograph: Justin Patterson

10 hottest Broadway chorus boys:
Andy Mills

Spring show: Cinderella
Broadway Theatre, 1681 Broadway at 53rd St (212-239-6200, cinderellaonbroadway.com). Opens March 3.

Previous Broadway shows: Memphis

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Photograph: Kevin Thomas Garcia

10 hottest Broadway chorus boys:
Ephraim Sykes

Spring show: Motown—The Musical
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 205 W 46th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-575-9200, motownthemusical.com). Previews start March 11. Opens April 14.

Previous Broadway shows: The Little Mermaid, Memphis, Newsies

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Photograph: Amy Barnard

10 hottest Broadway chorus boys:
Wilkie Ferguson III

Spring show: Motown—The Musical
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 205 W 46th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-575-9200, motownthemusical.com). Previews start March 11. Opens April 14.

Previous Broadway shows: Wonderland, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess

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Photograph: Michael Cinquino

10 hottest Broadway chorus boys:
Peter Nelson

Spring show: Cinderella
Broadway Theatre, 1681 Broadway at 53rd St (212-239-6200, cinderellaonbroadway.com). Opens March 3.

Previous Broadway shows: Chicago

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10 hottest Broadway chorus boys:
Orion Griffiths

Spring show: Pippin
Music Box Theatre, 239 W 45th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, pippinthemusical.com). Previews start March 23. Opens April 25.

Past Broadway shows: none

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Photograph: Dirty Sugar

10 hottest Broadway chorus boys:
John Jeffrey Martin

Spring show: Kinky Boots
Al Hirschfeld Theatre, 302 W 45th St between Eighth and Ninth Aves (212-239-6200, kinkybootsthemusical.com). Previews start March 3. Opens April 4.

Previous Broadway shows: The Rocky Horror Show, Hairspray, Good Vibrations

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Photograph: Jason McQuain

10 hottest Broadway chorus boys:
Eric LaJuan Summers

Spring show: Motown—The Musical
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 205 W 46th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-575-9200, motownthemusical.com). Previews start March 11. Opens April 14.

Previous Broadway shows: Elf, The Little Mermaid, The Wedding Singer, Aida

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Photograph: Matthew Murphy

10 hottest Broadway chorus boys:
Ryan Steele

Spring show: Matilda
Shubert Theatre, 225 W 44th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, matildathemusical.com). Previews start March 4. Opens April 11.

Previous Broadway shows: Billy Elliot, West Side Story, Newsies

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10 hottest Broadway chorus boys:
Philip Rosenberg

Spring show: Pippin
Music Box Theatre, 239 W 45th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, pippinthemusical.com). Previews start March 23. Opens April 25.

Previous Broadway shows: none


Each spring brings a fresh crop of musicals to Broadway, with new ensembles of dancers and singers to razzle-dazzle us. And each year, we help whet your appetite for the season with a preview of the sexiest performers the season has in store. Here are 20 of the talented men and women who will set pulses pumping on Broadway in 2013.
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Comments

15 comments
Lenny H
Lenny H

Ephriam is a great actor and singer!

saj alks
saj alks

@ randy, those are the names of the photographers not the actors, you smart mouth.

James Weaver
James Weaver

We saw Orion Griffiths at pier 39 last summer in SF doing acrobatics with another guy and a woman. They were very good BUT Orion has the most hideous laugh I have ever heard. He sounds like a Loon in heat. Glad to see he is moving up though. Pippin is a good vehicle for him I think.

Floyd Taylor
Floyd Taylor

What? John Carroll isn't in the list? He isn't doing anything this spring. Damn. Too bad cause he is one gorgeous man. Among this set of really gorgeous guys, I'd have to go with Andy Mill. Yummy.

CK
CK

So, wow, do these "hot people" have names? This might be one of the most worthless pieces of "journalism" I've ever seen.

Billy
Billy

I'll say Eric LaJuan Summers and i think he looks hot

MikeInnSanJose
MikeInnSanJose

@Adam - Thanks for pointing that out. I'm accustomed to seeing a slide-out on the right with information about the slide, so I wasn't looking below the photog credit. Thanks again!! :-)

Manuel Sykes
Manuel Sykes

I am so proud of my son. He's one of God's gifts in my life.

Sam
Sam

You all ONLY picked dancers with skinny figures. What about the fuller figured singers.... Guess you forgot about them? The article should have been called Bway dancers with nice bodies

Jack B. Nimble
Jack B. Nimble

The guy with the cigarette? Cigarettes are not hot. I'll bet he stinks.

Adam
Adam

MikeInSanJose, each performer and his show are identified below the slide-show window as you click through the pictures.

MikeInSanJose
MikeInSanJose

I'd be interested in seeing their names and the shows they're performing in...

GreatMartin
GreatMartin

I didn't see my picture there among the 10 hottest chorus boys!!!

Josh Lehrer
Josh Lehrer

Not just because i made the picture - but John Arthur Greene is not only the hottest - he's among the sweetest, smartest and supremely talented among and fantastic group. It's always a joy to work with him. For more, check this out: http://vimeo.com/32165764

prince
prince

isn't it a shame that there's no "attractive" asian or latino men on broadway? Again, we have a selection of white men with some token blacks to deflect criticisms of behind racially homogenous. Who at TONY decides this list (living in nyc, are you really not aware of the width and breadth of sexy this city has to offer?) Is the problem broadway's inability to reflect the people who make up this country? Either way, it's sad.