There’s something for everyone in this week’s most-watched videos on Broadway.com, including a sneak peek at a fictional musical, a swoon-worthy Cinderella duet, a mystery trivia game and more. Click below to watch the top five video features from December 4 to December 10:
1. On the Scene With the Hit List Cast at 54 Below: If you couldn’t get tickets to see the cabaret premiere of Hit List (you know, the fake musical from TV’s Smash) at 54 Below, click below to see highlights performed by Jeremy Jordan, Krysta Rodriguez, Andy Mientus, Carrie Manolakos and more. Think it’s got real-life Tony potential? Watch and see.
2. Cinderella Stars Laura Osnes & Santino Fontana Sing “Ten Minutes Ago”: Need a mood boost? Stop reading right now and click on the link below for a music video featuring Cinderella stars Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana’s dreamy rendition of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s beautiful love song “Ten Minutes Ago.” And if you haven’t seen them live, get tickets!
3. Behind the Scenes With the Stars of Murder For Two: In the off-Broadway musical Murder for Two, Jeff Blumenkrantz and Brett Ryback juggle roles and pay homage to Agatha Christie and Sherlock Holmes. Broadway.com reporter Lindsay Champion headed to New World Stages to test the duo’s real-life knowledge of mystery trivia. Click to see which star “killed” at our little game.
4. The Broadway.com Show, Episode 41: In the latest installment of our weekly pop culture roundup, Frozen snowman Josh Gad is crowned Star of the Week, fans are asked to weigh in on a musical role for Bette Midler, Krysta Rodriguez mangles the lyrics to a Kinky Boots tune in our Tweet of the Week, and Harvey Fierstein gets a thumbs up his post-parade salute to Macy’s.
5. On the Scene at the Press Preview for Outside Mullingar: It’s about time for a romantic comedy on Broadway, and we can’t wait to see Debra Messing and Brian F O’Byrne play Irish farmers (!) who fall in love in John Patrick Shanley’s Outside Mullingar. The stars and playwright offered a preview in advance of a January 2 start at MTC’s Friedman Theatre.