Get ready for fabulous performance clips and plenty of stage-worthy dish in this week’s most-watched videos on Broadway.com! Lindsay Mendez rocks Broadway in Bryant Park, our editors share news and nutty dream-casting, Krysta Rodriguez and Zachary Levi celebrate opening night of First Date and more. Click below to watch our most popular video features from August 14 through August 20.
1. Fly Girl: Backstage at Wicked With Lindsay Mendez, Episode 7: Topping our list of most-watched videos (yet again!), Wicked star Lindsay Mendez takes her camera into Bryant Park for a fabulous noontime performance of “The Wizard and I” and a duet of “As Long as You’re Mine” with Derek Klena, plus a sweet chat with Carol Kane and a glimpse of the view from the Gershwin Theatre’s orchestra pit.
2. The Broadway.com Show, Episode 27: It’s summer fun week on The Broadway.com Show, as our editors take you to the First Date opening night party, share scoop about Kristin Chenoweth’s possible Broadway return, choose dream roles for Drag Race diva Jinkx Monsoon, defend the honor of Into the Woods star Sophia Grace and much more.
3. Kiss & Tell: Backstage at First Date With Krysta Rodriguez, Episode 2: In her second vlog, First Date star Krysta Rodriguez shows off her opening night swag and Blake Hammond’s special “Gypped-sy” Robe (watch for an explanation!), gets ready for her opening night party, then settles down for a dressing room interview with co-star Zachary Levi.
4. On the Scene With Sierra Boggess at 54 Below: Fan favorite Sierra Boggess shows off her amazing vocal range in a preview of her concert run at 54 Below. Dubbed “Awakening,” the show has been built around Sierra’s personal inspirations. Click to hear snippets of her favorite song from La Boheme, plus “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” and a chat with the bubbly star.
5. Opening Night Coverage of Let It Be: The closing announcement for the Beatles tribute concert Let It Be led fans to check out our opening night video feature, in which reporter Lindsay Champion interviewed the actors who play John, Paul, George and Ringo and offered a preview of this “faithful re-creation” of the Fab Four’s greatest hits.