Regarding the new "Magic Mike Live" show, he said, "I'm very excited. It has been a long process, especially for Alison Faulk, Channing Tatum, Teresa Espinosa and I. We are good to go."
Broadlick continued, "It is kind of nuts. It immerses people and everybody gets to be a part of the experience. All the guys work hard, and we put a lot of top-notch details into it. Honestly, this show is one of a kind. It is nothing like anything out there."
The acclaimed choreographer had nothing but the greatest remarks about working with Channing Tatum. "It was awesome working with Channing. He was like a brother that I've never had. I worked with him in 2010 in the first Magic Mike
film, and then the second one, and then we kept going. The vibes are always cool and genuine. He creates a family atmosphere," he said. "Channing is a great actor. It was really cool seeing him direct this."
Each day, Broadlick is motivated by God, his family and "the breath in his lungs." "People don't get to really experience a lot, but I've been really blessed to be able to do a lot. I just turned 25 in January, and I can only give it up to God and be grateful," he said.
Over the last few years, Broadlick acknowledges that he sees a lot of growth. "We grow daily, even the relationship that I've had working with Channing," he said.
He defined the word success as an evolution, which involves "changing and growing."
To learn more about the "Magic Mike Live" production, or to obtain tickets, check out its official homepage
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