Broadway Bares, REAF strips down for equality

  • by Jim Provenzano
  • Thursday June 18, 2020
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Broadway Bares SF at the DNA Lounge in 2018. photo: Steven Underhill
Broadway Bares SF at the DNA Lounge in 2018. photo: Steven Underhill

Although you can't enjoy the terpsichorian talents of strippers at this year's Broadway Bares SF, Stripped Down for Equality, produced by the Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation, brings the sexy benefit online, with proceeds aiding Black Lives Matter on June 26 at 7:30pm.

The burlesque-style dance shows, which sold out in previous live editions, promise a virtual hour of sexy entertainment.

"We are creating this one-night virtual benefit show featuring a variety of dancers from past show both in solo dance numbers and in small groups choreographed and learned virtually," read the press statement. "This event is designed to celebrate San Francisco Pride and proceeds raised will benefit Black Lives Matter and REAF's operating budget."

The event will benefit the Black Lives Matter movement through The Community Justice Action Fund. The Community Justice Action Fund is a nonprofit organization building power for and with communities of color to end gun violence. CJAF is changing the conversation on gun violence prevention by leading with the people closest to the pain of everyday gun violence.

Get your virtual tip money ready as a bevy of dancing talents shake and groove in this new-format strip show. $20-$100. June 26, 7:30pm.