Lin-Manuel Miranda, Karen Olivo, Mandy Gonzalez, Christopher Jackson and the adorable original Broadway cast of In the Heights reunited on February 11 for a concert performance of the show’s Tony-winning score. The stars of the musical tore the roof off the United Palace Theater in Washington Heights with out-of-this-world renditions of the songs that made them famous. Thanks to the magic of YouTube, we are able to count down five of the best showstopping moments from the electric evening [Note: Olga Merediz’s goosebump-inducing “Paciencia Y Fe” and Natalie Toro's (who stepped in for original star Priscilla Lopez) badass “Enough” are not on YouTube yet, but they would definitely be in this round-up if they were]. Scroll down as we tick off five fab moments from the raucous night!
#5. Karen Olivo really showed off her Tony-winning pipes in "It Won't Be Long Now."
#4. Just when you thought the cast couldn't beat their Tony telecast performance of "96,000"...
#3. Mandy Gonzalez brought the audience (and her co-stars) to tears with "Everything I Know."
#2. Andréa Burns, Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast stopped the show cold with "Carnaval del Barrio."
#1. The biggest jaw-dropping, holler-inducing performance was Gonzalez and Jackson's sick "When You're Home."