Vince Oddo, Ricky Schroeder, Michael Scirrotto, Ryan Worsing Bare All in Solo Strips May 11

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11 May 2014

Ryan Worsing
Ryan Worsing

The Broadway Bares: Solo Strips series, benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, continues May 11 at 9 PM at BPM Nightclub (516 West 42nd Street).

Directed by Tony Spinosa, performers include Callan Bergmann, Joshua Michael Brickman, Anthony Rooar DeCarlis, Todd Hanebrink, Vince Oddo, Julius Rubio, Ricky Schroeder, Michael Scirrotto, Dennis Stowe, Sheldon Tucker and Ryan Worsing. The evening is hosted by The Book of Mormon's Terren Wooten Clarke, who is appearing as Kizha Carr.

Broadway Bares: Solo Strips, press notes state, "brings all the sizzling sexiness of Broadway Bares to a smaller, more intimate venue. Enjoy choreographed, solo stripteases by nine of Broadway Bares’ sexiest male dancers as they take it off to raise money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS."

In celebration of Mother's Day, moms get in free with the purchase of a general admission ticket.

A limited number of premium reserved table seats are available for $100; additional reserved table seats are $40. General admission standing tickets also are available for a $15 donation. Tickets can be purchased online at broadwaycares.org or by calling (212) 840-0770, ext. 229. Doors open one hour prior to the show. All reserved table seats require an additional two-drink minimum.



For more information and merchandise visit broadwaybares.com.

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Broadway Bares 24: Rock Hard! will be held June 22 with performances at 9:30 PM and midnight at Hammerstein Ballroom, located in the Manhattan Center (311 West 34th Street).

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is one of the nation’s leading industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fundraising and grant-making organizations. By drawing upon the talents, resources and generosity of the American theatre community, since 1988 BC/EFA has raised more than $250 million for essential services for people with AIDS and other critical illnesses across the United States.