Tveit is truly one of Broadway’s best and most versatile singers, and he delivers a sensitive but rafter-shaking performance of Out There before putting the more classically-tinged legit side of his voice to great comedic use in Proud Lady from The Baker’s Wife.
There are also some great ensemble numbers and duets, including Foster and Tveit’s medley of As Long As You’re Mine from Wicked and In Whatever Time We Have from Children of Eden, and a very charming take on the irresistible patter song All For The Best from Godspell by Harris and Tveit.
adorable! my little brother is reading a book about a deaf girl who goes to a new school and struggles to find friends because of her hearing aid. it seems like a really good read. I’m so glad to see deaf representation in children’s literature!