Which Cast Should Reunite for a Concert at Feinstein's/54 Below?

Polls   Which Cast Should Reunite for a Concert at Feinstein's/54 Below?
 
Reunion concerts. Newsies had one. The Wedding Singer also. And, Spring Awakening's reunion included members of the new Broadway cast as well. So, who's next? Playbill.com took to Twitter to ask its readers which other shows deserve a reunion concert at Feinstein's/54 Below.

Carrie:

Carrie tells the story of a small-town high school girl who discovers that she has telekinetic powers and uses them to get back at her bullying high school classmates and her tyrannical mother. It is a musical adaptation of Stephen King's horror novel and the film based on it.

The 2012 Off-Broadway cast starred Molly Ranson as Carrie White and Marin Mazzie as Margaret White. The cast also featured Christy Altomare, Mackenzie Bell, Corey Boardman, Jake Boyd, Carmen Cusack, Jeanna de Waal, Blair Goldberg, F. Michael Haynie, Derek Klena, Andy Mientus, Elly Noble, Jen Sese, Ben Thompson, Anne Tolpegin and Wayne Wilcox.

The original Broadway company boasted Tony winner Betty Buckley as Margaret and Linzi Hateley in the title role.

Next to Normal:

Next to Normal tells the story of a suburban household coping with crisis and the unpredictability of a mother's worsening bipolar disorder.

The original Broadway cast starred Alice Ripley, J. Robert Spencer, Aaron Tveit, Jennifer Damiano, Adam Chanler-Berat, Louis Hobson, Michael Berry, Meghann Fahy, Jessica Phillips and Tim Young.

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Anything Goes:

Anything Goes tells the story of an evangelist-turned-nightclub singer, a lovelorn stockbroker wooing a lovely debutante, the debutante's British lord fiancé and a gangster disguised as a minister who all turn up on a luxury cruise liner to sing, dance and romance. 

The 2011 revival cast starred Sutton Foster as Reno Sweeney and Joel Grey as Moonface Martin. The cast also featured John McMartin, Jessica Walter, Colin Donnell, Adam Godley, Laura Osnes, Jessica Stone, Walter Charles, Robert Creighton, Andrew Cao, Raymond J. Lee, Clyde Alves, Ward Billeisen, Joyce Chittick, Nikki Renée Daniels, Kim Fauré, Josh Franklin, Daniel J. Edwards, Tari Kelly, Shina Ann Morris, Linda Mugleston, Kevin Munhall, Adam Perry, William Ryall, Jennifer Savelli, Anthony Wayne, Kristen Beth Williams, Margot de la Barre and Justin Greer.

The previous Broadway company was led by two-time Tony winner Patti LuPone and multiple Tony nominee Howard McGillin.

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Chess:

Chess tells the story of American and Russian chess champions who play a match against each other — and compete for the same woman — at the height of the Cold War.

The original Broadway cast featured David Carroll, Philip Casnoff, Judy Kuhn, Neal Benari, Gina Gallagher, Harry Goz, Paul Harman, Kurt Johns, Eric Johnson, Marcia Mitzman, Richard Muenz, Dennis Parlato, John Aller, Suzanne Briar, Steve Clemente, Katherine Lynne Condit, Ann Crumb, David Cryer, R.F. Daley, Deborah Geneviere, Paul Laureano, Rosemary Loar, Judy McLane, Jessica Molaskey, Kip Niven, Francis Ruivivar, Alex Santoriello, Wysandria Woolsey, Karen Babcock, Craig Wells and Chrystal Pennington.

Rent:

Rent tells the story of a group of bohemian artists, many of whom live with AIDS, struggling to maintain their friendships and their non-conformist ideals in New York's East Village.

The original Broadway cast featured Anthony Rapp, Adam Pascal, Taye Diggs, Wilson Jermaine Heredia, Jesse L. Martin, Idina Menzel, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Fredi Walker, Gilles Chiasson, Rodney Hicks, Kristen Lee Kelly, Aiko Nakasone, Timothy Britton, Gwen Stewart, Byron Utley, Yassmin Alers, Darius de Haas, Shelley Dickinson, David Driver, Mark Setlock and Simone.

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