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Stripper of the Month

Emily Larger



Full given name:
Emily Larger


Zodiac Sign:

First Broadway show you saw:
Phantom of the Opera

Favorite part you’ve played onstage:
Annabella/Pamela/Margaret in The 39 Steps


Workout routine:
I’m a SoulCycle instructor! I teach (and ride) at least 6 times a week. Try to fit in yoga and dance classes whenever there’s time.


Audition song:
“Oh, Diogenes” (Boys from Syracuse)


Celebrity Crush:
It will ALWAYS be Leonardo DiCaprio. Got that Titanic double VHS that came out on my 12th birthday. And never. Let. Go. (ew, that was terrible.)


Favorite diva:
Elaine Stritch


What superhero are you most like and why?:
Is Elphaba a superhero? She can fly.

What three things would you bring with you to a deserted island?
Sunscreen, a good book, a handsome gentleman with the skills to build a radio and get us off the island if we chose. (I could just bring a phone or a radio, but I’m going full LOST fantasy here.)


If you were granted three wishes what would they be?
1: That I could easily see my family in Ohio whenever I wanted. The ability to apparate I guess. 2: A Broadway show could be fun. 3: That handsome gentleman from the island question.

Qualities that are most important to you in personal relationships:
Honesty, Communication, Effort, Humor


Favorite Broadway Bares moment:
Last year I was in the top 20 for fundraising! It was a lot of hard work. But it was an amazing moment to hear Jerry call my name with the other top earners. I felt like part of a very special group.


Why is it important to you to be a part of Broadway Bares?
Especially in the current political climate, I think organizations like Broadway Cares need to be supported and cherished. The work they do for people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses is more important then ever as many people across the country may be struggling without insurance or the ability to work. The Actor’s Fund, the Phyllis Newman Women’s Health Initiative have both been helpful to myself and friends of mine. I will happily use any talents I possess to support them. And as far as Bares specifically…taking off my clothes for Bares has been exciting, powerful, healing, and a ridiculous amount of fun both times I danced in the show! I cannot wait to do it again.


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