Panic! At the Disco's Brendon Urie stands next to his subway ad for Kinky Boots.
Panic! At the Disco's Brendon Urie stands next to his subway ad for Kinky Boots.
(© Seth Walters)

Panic! At the Disco lead vocalist Brendon Urie is currently making his Broadway debut in the role of Charlie Price in Kinky Boots at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. During a recent pre-show lull, Urie headed down into the New York City subway to check out the Kinky Boots subway ad takeover featuring his photos. Check out our images of Urie checking out his thigh-highs below:

An excited Brendon catches sight of one of his ads.
An excited Brendon catches sight of one of his ads.
(© Seth Walters)

Inspired by the 2005 British film of the same title, Kinky Boots features a Tony-winning score by Cyndi Lauper and a book by Harvey Fierstein, with direction by Jerry Mitchell. The musical tells the story of Charlie Price, the owner of a failing shoe factory who realizes that a sassy drag queen named Lola has the key to the business's success.

Brendon Urie is prepared to drop a sick note wherever he may be.
Brendon Urie is prepared to drop a sick note wherever he may be.
(© Seth Walters)

In addition to Urie, who is set to star in Kinky Boots through August 6, the current Broadway cast also features J. Harrison Ghee (Lola) and Taylor Louderman (Lauren), along with Daniel Stewart Sherman, Shannon O'Boyle, Marcus Neville, Sean Patrick Doyle, Kevin Smith Kirkwood, Fred Odgaard, Kyle Post, Eric LaJuan Summers, Hernando Umana, Adinah Alexander, Eugene Barry-Hill, Stephen Berger, Damien Brett, Devin Trey Campbell, Christopher Convery, Holly Davis, Jesus Del Orden, Stephane Duret, Christy Faber, Mia Gentile, Blair Goldberg, Natalie Joy Johnson, Jake Katzman, Jeff Kuhr, Ross Lekites, Eric Leviton, Ellyn Marie Marsh, John Jeffrey Martin, Michael Milkanin, Nathan Peck, Jennifer Perry, and Stephen Tewksbury.

Brendon Urie makes his Broadway debut in Kinky Boots.
Brendon Urie makes his Broadway debut in Kinky Boots.
(© Seth Walters)

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