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Grand Hotel (Original Broadway Production, 1989): David Carroll performs "Love Can't Happen" on Donahue in 1990. He is accompanied by composer Maury Yeston on the piano.
(, ): Juliet Prowse, Annette Charles, and Lorraine Fields perform "There's Got to Be Something Better Than This" on Musical Comedy Tonight (1981).
Gigi (Broadway Revival, 2015): Vanessa Hudgens and the cast sing "I Never Want to Go Home Again" on Live With Kelly and Michael.
My Fair Lady (Original Broadway Production, 1956): Stanley Holloway and chorus sings "Get Me to the Church on Time" on the 1971 Tonys as part of a salute to past Best Musical winners.
A Mother's Kisses (Closed on the road, 1968): Bea Arthur sings "There Goes My Life" on the 1974 Tonys.
Jerome Robbins' Broadway (Original Broadway Production, 1989): Charlotte d'Amboise performs "I'm Flying" for Kennedy Center's honoring Mary Martin.
Gypsy (Original Broadway Production, 1959): Ethel sings "Everything's Coming Up Roses" at JFK's innauguration.
The Wiz (Broadway Revival, 1984): TV commercial for the Broadway run.
Side Show (Original Broadway Production, 1997): <em>Side Show</em> is profiled on Broadway Beat.
Side Show (Broadway Revival, 2014): Erin Davie and Emily Padgett are joined by the ensemble as they perform "Ready to Play" on the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Side Show (Original Broadway Production, 1997): Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner perform "I Will Never Leave You" on the Tony Awards in 1998.
The Pirate Queen (Original Broadway Production, 2007): Making-of special about the show.
My Fair Lady (Royal National Theatre Production, 2001): Jonathan Pryce performs on Hey, Mr. Producer. This performance was 3 years before the 2001 revival in which he starred (is this his audition?). Liz Robertson recreates her Eliza Doolittle from the 1979 London revival. Performed are: "Wouldn't It Be Loverly", "Quit Professor Higgins", "The Rain in Spain", "Get Me to the Church On Time", "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face".
My Fair Lady (London Revival, 1979): Liz Robertson recreates her Eliza Doolittle from the 1979 London revival on Hey, Mr. Producer. She is joined by Jonathan Pryce, who would later star as Higgins in the 2001 London revival. Performed are: "Wouldn't It Be Loverly", "Quit Professor Higgins", "The Rain in Spain", "Get Me to the Church On Time", "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face".
(, ): Bernadette Peters and Bobby Van sing "The Best Things in Life are Free" on <em>Musical Comedy Tonight</em>.
Into the Woods (Film Version, 2014): Behind the scenes B-roll footage (part 2).
Into the Woods (Film Version, 2014): Behind the scenes B-roll footage (part 1).
Peter Pan (Broadway Revival, 1979): Sandy Duncan and the Lost Boys perform "I Won't Grow Up" on Broadway in 1980.
Peter Pan (Broadway Revival, 1979): Sandy Duncan sings "I Gotta Crow" on Broadway in 1980.
Peter Pan (Broadway Revival, 1979): Sandy Duncan and Maria Pogee perform "Ugg-a-Wug" from Peter Pan at the 1979 Macy\'s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Peter Pan (Broadway Revival, 1979): Sandy Duncan and the children perform "I'm Flying" on Omnibus.
Peter Pan (Touring Revival (Broadway Engagement), 1998): Cathy Rigby performs "Never Never Land" in the 2000 television airing of this production.
Bright Star (Old Globe Production, 2014): "Sun's Gonna Shine," with Carmen Cusack, Allison Briner, Leah Horowitz, Sarah Jane Shanks, Stephen Bogardus, A.J. Shively, and the cast "I Had a Vision," with Wayne Alan Wilcox and Carmen Cusack "Bright Star," with A.J. Shively and the cast "Asheville," with Hannah Elless
Bright Star (Old Globe Production, 2014): "Way Back in the Day," with Carmen Cusack "Another Round," with Libby Winters and the cast "Asheville," with Hannah Elless
(, ): Chita Rivera, Rene Ceballos and the American Dance Machine perform "Little Old New York" on The Best of Broadway.
The Will Rogers Follies (Original Broadway Production, 1991): Cady Huffman and company sings "Willamania" on the 1991 Tonys.
(, ): Leslie Uggams sings "Someone to Watch Over Me", Beth Howland and Gary Sandy sing "Do, Do, Do", and Michele Lee sings "Clap Yo' Hands" on the 1982 Tonys as part of a tribute to the Imperial Theatre.
(, ): Barbara Cook sings "Make the Man Love Me" on American Musical Theatre.

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