MCC Theater’s annual Miscast Gala features Broadway stars performing musical numbers associated with roles they would never get cast in. This year’s event, which honored MCC alum Marisa Tomei, was held Monday night at the Hammerstein Ballroom at the Manhattan Center. Grease: Live’s Aaron Tveit tackled the Rent duet “Take Me or Leave Me” with She Loves Me star Gavin Creel; The Color Purple’s Cynthia Erivo slayed “A Piece of Sky” from Yentl; and Kimmy Schmidt breakout Tituss Burgess lured his boss Tina Fey onstage for a performance of “You’re Nothing Without Me” from City of Angels.
But one of the most memorable performances was the one that opened the show:School of Rock’s Luca Padovan, Les Misérables’ Joshua Colley, and Kinky Boots’ Douglas Baldeo took on Hamilton’s “The Schuyler Sisters,” with an assist from On Your Feet star Ana Villafañe as Aaron Burr.
A’ight! already for day 2 of Melbourne comic-con, if you’re attending and see me feel free 2 say hi! (also im shorter than u might expect dont expect tall i am medium height at best) Will be wandering around with the oh so beautiful kai as Harley Quinn so I’ll see you there!
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Apparently, every artist at the Leipziger Buchmesse (LBM) got kicked out by security on Sunday (after the Con had ended), but non of them had the time to pack up their stuff. Returning the next day to grab their stuff, one artist (Naraseth) found non of her stuff when she returned to her booth. EVERYTHING got stolen! Apparently, after all the artists have left, some visitor had still access to the halls and took what they could grab. But the Convention tries to blame it all on the artist, telling her “Why did you let the Securtity kick you out?” WHAT THE FUCK KIND OF POOR ASS EXCUSE IS THAT SUPPOSED TO BE??!! I hope whoever robbed that poor artist of her work and goods gets busted. Also, the Convention should take some responsibility instead of turning their heads away.
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