Wonderful Town (Original Broadway Production, 1953): Silent home movies (shot by a family member of Rosalind Russell's) of the original Broadway production. Check out the split-second snippet of <em>Auntie Mame</em> as well!
1776 (Original Broadway Production, 1969): Virginia Vestoff and William Daniels recreate "Till Then" on the 1971 Tony Awards as part of a celebration of past Best Musical winners.
Applause (Original Broadway Production, 1970): Home movies of Lauren Bacall in <em>Applause</em>.
Amazing Grace (Original Broadway Production, 2015): Commercial for the Broadway run.
Crazy for You (London Production, 1993): Ruthie Henshall and the London cast performs "I've Got Rhythm" on the Olivier Awards under what's probably the longest closing credits in the history of ever. But, hey, at least we most of the number!
It Shoulda Been You (Original Broadway Production, 2015): Lisa Howard, Adam Heller and Tyne Daly perform "Jenny's Blues" on the 2015 Tony Awards.
Something Rotten! (Original Broadway Production, 2015): Brian d'Arcy James and Brad Oscar led the cast in "A Musical" on the 2015 Tonys.
The King and I (Broadway Revival, 2015): Kelli O'Hara, Ruthie Ann Miles, Ken Watanabe and the cast perform "Getting to Know You," "Something Wonderful" and "Shall We Dance?" on the 2015 Tonys.
On the Town (Broadway Revival, 2014): Tony Yazbeck sings "Lucky to Be Me" and the cast performs a medley of "New York, New York" and "Times Square Ballet" in the 2015 Tony Awards.
Gigi (Broadway Revival, 2015): Victoria Clark, Vanessa Hudgens, Corey Cott and the cast perform "The Night They Invented Champagne" on the 2015 Tony Awards.
Fun Home (Broadway Production, 2015): Michael Cerveris, Sydney Lucas and Beth Malone performed "Ring of Keys" on the 2015 Tonys in an adaptation that reflects the show's staging in the round.
On the Twentieth Century (Roundabout Revival, 2015): Kristin Chenoweth and the cast perform a medley of "Life Is Like a Train," "On the Twentieth Century," "I've Got It All" and "Babette" on the 2015 Tonys.
Finding Neverland (Original Broadway Production, 2015): Matthew Morrison and Kelsey Grammer lead the cast in a performance of "Stronger" on the 2015 Tonys.
The Visit (Original Broadway Production, 2015): Chita Rivera and the cast performs "Love and Love Alone" and "I Would Never Leave You" on the 2015 Tony Awards.
Wicked (Original Broadway Production, 2003): In celebration of the show's 10th anniversary Broadway, Jenni Barber and Christine Dwyer performed the Glinda/Elphaba duet "For Good" on the 2014 Tony Awards.
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder (Original Broadway Production, 2013): Bryce Pinkham and Lauren Worsham, and Lisa O'Hare performs "I've Decided to Marry You" on the 2014 Tony Awards.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Broadway Revival, 2014): Neil Patrick Harris and Lena Hall perform "Sugar Daddy" on the 2014 Tony Awards.
If/Then (Original Broadway Production, 2014): Idina Menzel performs "Always Starting Over" on the 2014 Tonys.
The Last Ship (Original Broadway Production, 2014): Sting performs the title song in a preview on the 2014 Tony Awards.
Les Misérables (Broadway Revival, 2014): Ramin Karimloo, Will Swenson, Nikki M. James, Andy Mientus, and the cast perform "One Day More" on the 2014 Tony Awards.
Rocky (Broadway Production, 2014): Andy Karl and the cast perform in an onstage boxing ring for a medley of "Eye of the Tiger," "Undefeated Man," and "The Fight" on the 2014 Tony Awards.
Violet (Broadway Production, 2014): Sutton Foster and Joshua Henry lead the cast and a gospel choir in "On My Way" and "Raise Me Up" on the 2014 Tony Awards.
After Midnight (Original Broadway Production, 2013): Fantasia, Patti LaBelle, and Gladys Knight lead the cast in a medley of "On the Sunny Side of the Street" and "It Don't Mean a Thing" featuring Dulé Hill.
Aladdin (Original Broadway Production, 2014): James Monroe Iglehart, Adam Jacobs, and the cast perform "Friend Like Me."
Beautiful (Original Broadway Production, 2014): Jessie Mueller, Jarrod Spector and Anika Larsen, perform "Will You Love Me Tomorrow." Ms. Mueller is then joined by Carole King onstage for "I Feel the Earth Move."
Bullets Over Broadway (Original Broadway Production, 2014): Nick Cordero and his henchmen dance "'Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do".
Cabaret (Broadway Revival, 2014): Alan Cumming and the cast sing "Willkommen" on the 2014 Tonys.
Finding Neverland (Original Broadway Production, 2015): Jennifer Hudson and kids perform "Neverland" on the 2014 Tonys.
Ben Franklin in Paris (Original Broadway Production, 1964): Ulla Sallert performs "How Laughable It Is" on the television show <em>American Musical Theatre</em>.
On the Town (Shakespeare in the Park Revival, 1997): The company performs the opening.

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