Check Out Teal Wicks, Carrie St. Louis, Claybourne Elder, and More in I Wish: The Roles That Could Have Been at Feinstein's/54 Below

Photos   Check Out Teal Wicks, Carrie St. Louis, Claybourne Elder, and More in I Wish: The Roles That Could Have Been at Feinstein's/54 Below
 
The concert, conceived by Alexandra Silber, gives Broadway performers a chance to perform songs from their dream roles.
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Feinstein's/54 Below played host June 2 to I Wish: The Roles That Could Have Been, a concert event conceived by Alexandra Silber. The one-night-only concert gave multiple Broadway performers the chance to belt out songs from their dream roles, and has since been announced as a recurring concert series at Feinstein's/54 Below.

The inaugural iteration of the concert featured performances by Alexandra Silber, Bradley Gibson, Claybourne Elder, Teal Wicks, Raymond J. Lee, Carrie St. Louis, Bobby Conte Thorton, Kevin Smith Kirkwood, James Delisco Beeks, Natalie Joy Johnson, Blair Goldberg, and Caroline Bowman. The concert was music directed by Brian J. Nash and produced by Jen Sandler.

Caroline Bowman: "Maybe/Tomorrow" Annie
Bobby Comte Thornton: "Don't Do Sadness/Left Behind" Spring Awakening
James Delisco Beeks & Kevin Smith Kirkwood: "Take Me Or Leave Me" Rent
Claybourne Elder: "Sunday In The Park With George"
Bradley Gibson: "Don't Rain On My Parade" Funny Girl
Blair Goldberg: "She Used To Be Mine" Waitress
Natalie Joy Johnson: "Easy As Life" Aida
Raymond J. Lee: "I'm Just A Nerd" Nerds The Musical
Nick Rehberger: "Brother Can You Spare A Dime"
Alexandra Silber: "I Know Things Now" Into The Woods
Carrie St. Louis: "A Bit of Earth" The Secret Garden
Teal Wicks: "The Origin of Love" Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Check out photos from the concert below:

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