The sun shone brightly and the crowds cheered loudly at the annual Broadway on Broadway concert in Times Square on Sunday, September 16. One of the Great White Way's newest stars, Hairspray's Lance Bass, happily hosted the event.
Mary Poppins stars Gavin Lee and Ashley Brown opened the show with a spirited rendition of "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious."
It was a dream come true for Lea Salonga's fans to hear the Tony Award-winning star sing a truly gorgeous rendition of Les Miz's "I Dreamed a Dream."
Two of Broadway's greatest leading ladies, Debra Monk and Marin Mazzie, joined the casts of their respective shows, Curtains and Monty Python's Spamalot, in a pair of showstopping numbers.
Tony winner Adriane Lenox was convicted of being brilliantly entertaining with her version of Chicago's "When You're Good to Mama."
Chazz Palminteri, who is bringing his acclaimed solo show A Bronx Tale to Broadway next month, addressed the Times Square throng.
Real-life married couple Andy Karl and Orfeh helped their Legally Blonde castmates teach us all how to "Bend and Snap."
Here's a pair of vocal powerhouses: Darlene Love, who burned up Hairspray's "You Can't Stop the Beat," and Rent's Tamyra Gray, who sang a sizzling "Out Tonight."
Everybody's favorite Dancing Queen, Carolee Carmello, warmed up for her big number from Mamma Mia! by doing some push-ups!
Broadway's newest Man in Chair, Jonathan Crombie, shared the spotlight -- onstage and offstage -- with Tony winner Beth Leavel, who delighted the audience with " As We Stumble Along," her hilarious anthem from The Drowsy Chaperone.
Avenue Q's Howie Michael Smith, David Benoit, Rod, and Trekkie Monster helped remind the crowd that everything is only "For Now."
All eyes were on Jersey Boys star Michael Longoria while he was crooning "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You."
No ifs, ands, or butts: The funny and multi-talented Seth Rudetsky is proud to be part of the Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of The Ritz.
Julia Murney didn't need her green Elphaba makeup to give a magical performance of Wicked's "The Wizard and I."
Finally, here are Grease stars Max Crumm and Laura Osnes, who took to the Broadway on Broadway stage for the first time in the crowd-pleasing "Summer Nights," which helped conclude the concert.
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