It was a chilly night on Broadway when Orion Venture Maximillian Fitz Griffiths emerged from a stage door, shuffled past fans, and began his nightly walk to his temporary flat.
He wore a T-shirt, no jacket, but the cold didn’t bother him. It’s no wonder. For his Broadway debut in the musical “Pippin,” Griffiths wears a skimpy vest and shorts that could make a Chippendales dancer blush.
A Broadway wardrobe is not the only first for Griffiths, a longtime Boston street performer and circus acrobat. At 25, he’s finally got a bank account and a place to stay that isn’t on wheels. “Pippin,” which originated this season at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, earned an impressive 10 Tony Award nominations on Tuesday. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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