Broadway Bares 28
Strip U
Directed by:
Nick Kenkel

Raises a record breaking

$1,875,090


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JERRY'S FIRST STRIP
See how it all began at SPLASH in 1992. For a $100.00 donation, you can own a copy of Jerry baring it all that very first night.
History
Broadway Bares
Directed by Jerry Mitchell

On April 8, 1992, seven of Broadway’s hottest men danced nearly naked on the bar at Splash, one of Manhattan’s popular gay watering holes, and Broadway Bares was born. After an opening number choreographed by Jerry Mitchell—complete with fancy flashlight-ography to the beat of Janet Jackson—the guys each made up their own solo strip routine. For those in the crowd who wanted a little extra for their donation, there was the debut of what has become known as the “Rotation.” This was a time after the show when these novice strip artists go-go danced for tips, allowing anyone who wanted to proffer a few more dollars for the cause the chance to do so in a very intimate way. “Rotation” would continue as a popular feature in all future Broadway Bares.

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