Jonathan Groff and Sutton Foster Will Join Forces for PBS Special

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The Broadway favorites will be part of an upcoming Live From Lincoln Center program.
Jonathan Groff and Sutton Foster
Jonathan Groff and Sutton Foster Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Tony nominee Jonathan Groff and two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster will unite for an upcoming Live from Lincoln Center special on PBS.

The news was announced at the Television Critics Association Press Tour July 31 in Los Angeles, where Groff also performed a mashup of Beyoncé songs and tunes from Hamilton.

The program will be part of a new series celebrating leading voices of musical theatre. Additional artists to be part of future hour-long specials include Hamilton Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. and Falsettos Tony nominees Stephanie J. Block and Andrew Rannells.

Performances will be filmed at Jazz at Lincoln Center in December 2017 and air on PBS in 2018.

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Foster is a two-time Tony winner for her performances in Thoroughly Modern Millie and Anything Goes. Groff was Tony-nominated for his work in Spring Awakening and Hamilton.

Watch Groff channel his inner Sutton Foster in the video below:

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