Broadway Bares 28
Strip U
Directed by:
Nick Kenkel

Raises a record breaking

$1,875,090


BROADWAY’S LATEST CD INSPIRED BY BROADWAY’S HOTTEST NIGHT
“BROADWAY BARES OPENINGS”
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 V
Knock, Knock, Who’s Bare?
Directed by Jerry Mitchell

For “Knock, Knock, Who’s Bare?” the show moved to the Palladium, downtown New York’s legendary nightclub, holding more than two thousand partygoers. The theme was doors—back doors, limo doors, barn doors, you name it. And things got gooey after they were opened. One routine featured a friendly milkman getting a “nekkid” milk bath from a barnyard full of Elly May Clampetts. In “Lick-it,” a somnambulating stud’s late-night raid on the fridge caused him to be turned into a human hot fudge sundae by its contents—complete with topping from the Whipped Cream Girl—a Reddi-wip packin’ mama, who squirted our sleepy hero and the audience before, yes, licking it off. The show even got a mention in The New York Times, proving that Broadway Bares had arrived as a legitimate theatrical event.

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