The Men of ‘Broadway Bares: Strip U’ Show Off Their Good Grades (NSFW)

The Men of ‘Broadway Bares: Strip U’ Show Off Their Good Grades (NSFW)

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Broadway Bares returns for the 27th year on Sunday, June 18 with a collegiate theme. This year’s theme, Strip U, an unrivaled evening of seductive striptease production numbers with an academic twist. To get excited for the big night, the boys of Broadway Bares are showing us their good grades in anticipation.

Produced by and benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the 2017 edition was conceived and will be directed by Nick Kenkel.

The annual event takes over the Hammerstein Ballroom in Midtown Manhattan. There are two showtimes, one at 9:30 pm and another at midnight. Both shows will feature more than 150 male and female dancers.

According to Broadway Bares:

“Class will be in session this summer at the only college campus where clothing is optional and bodacious burlesque is always in the curriculum. Using the collegiate theme as a jumping off point, Broadway Bares: Strip U combines the winking humor of classic burlesque with today’s pop music to create a truly unparalleled show. Imagine the Broadway Bares take on a science lab exploding with sizzling chemistry or sculpted studs exhibiting model behavior in art class. You could wait to watch highlights online, but there’s nothing like experiencing the live show where anything can happen.”

Before they take to the stage, the boys of Strip U are dropping trou in The Lounge at Roy Arias Stage with photographer Evan Zimmerman. Showing off their more than just their brains, the bodies on display are making us thirsty for more. Stimulating out appetite, we’re just gonna have to pick up tickets for the big night. We just have to see more of these very sexy dancers, teasing us with their high marks.

Here are 18 pics of the hot as fuck dancers:

Taylor M. Collins

Josh Drake

Richard Schieffer

Sidney Erik Wright

Aaron Libby

Amaker Smith

Ryan Jackson

To buy tickets to Broadway Bares: Strip U, visit here.

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