Russell Crowe singing like Elmer Fudd? Hugh Jackman struggling with high notes? Anne Hathaway doused in mud? Welcome to the warped and hilarious mind of Gerard Alessandrini’s Forbidden Broadway. Although the show famously mocks Broadway shows (including Once, The Book of Mormon and Newsies), Alessandrini has expanded the musical’s scope to also poke fun at the Golden Globe-winning Les Misérables film adaptation. The shows' stars Marcus Steves, Scott Richard Foster and Natalie Charle Ellis performed their Les Miz massacre on Good Day New York on March 14. In the clip below, see the comical trio take down Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway, and hurry off-Broadway to get the full Forbidden Broadway experience before the show closes on April 28.
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