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Top Five! Newsies Fun, Girls Talk and a Cabaret Reunion Top the Week's Most-Watched Videos

Top Five! Newsies Fun, Girls Talk and a Cabaret Reunion Top the Week's Most-Watched Videos
Kara Lindsay, Susan Blackwell, Zosia Mamet & Joel Grey
Play games with the cast of 'Newsies,' check your pronunciation of Zosia & more in our most-watched videos.

Where do stage fans find the best behind-the-scenes video features and original programs? On Broadway.com, of course! Catch up on the site's most-watched videos from January 30 through February 5 by clicking below.

1. Side by Side With the Stars of Newsies: Susan Blackwell goes side by side with Newsies stars Corey Cott, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Kara Lindsay and Ben Fankhauser for a fun-filled game night. Click to see who’s best at Broadway Celebrity, Harvey Fierstein impressions and much more.

 



2. Show People With Really Really Star Zosia Mamet; Zosia Mamet, the rising star of Girls chats with Paul Wontorek about how she is different from Shoshanna, red carpet mania and the “monster” role she is playing off-Broadway in the new drama Really Really.

 



3. On the Scene at Cabaret’s 40th Anniversary Screening: Broadway.com takes to the red carpet at a gala screening of Bob Fosse’s Cabaret and hears memories and highlights from stars Liza Minnelli, Joel Grey, Michael York and Marisa Berenson, plus Fosse’s daughter Nicole.

 



4. I Love Rak ‘n’ Roll With Flashdance’s Rachelle Rak, Episode 5: Our effervescent vlogger goes home to Pittsburgh to serve as a guest teacher on Dance Moms, sharing her knowledge of Broadway-style razzmatazz, then shows off her bikini at a midnight swim with Flashdance co-star DeQuina Moore.

 



5. On the Scene with Barry Manilow: The Grammy-winning star of Manilow on Broadway, back in his home town for a special concert engagement, shares memories of playing the accordion as a kid, listening to classic Broadway recordings, his eclectic musical influences and how he “can spot bullsh*t coming down the street.”

 

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