THE SCREENING ROOM: Celebrating In the Heights, With Reunion Concert Clips and More (Video)

Special Features   THE SCREENING ROOM: Celebrating In the Heights, With Reunion Concert Clips and More (Video)
 
The Tony Award-winning musical In the Heights opened on Broadway March 9, 2008, at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. In celebration of the production, Playbill.com takes a look back at In the Heights, with clips from the recent five-year reunion concert, highlights from the show and more.

When Tony Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of In the Heights reunited Feb. 11 for a one-night-only concert in Washington Heights, Playbill.com was there. Read about the evening here.

Click here for more with actor and Tony-winning songwriter Miranda, who recently discussed In the Heights and his latest project The Hamilton Mixtape.

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The title song at the reunion concert:

Mandy Gonzalez sings "Breathe" at the reunion concert:

Karen Olivo sings "It Won't Be Long Now" at the reunion concert:

"No Me Diga," with Andrea Burns, Janet Dacal, Olivo and Gonzalez, at the reunion concert:

"When You're Home," With Gonzalez and Christopher Jackson, at the reunion concert:

"Piragua" at the reunion concert:

"96,000" at the reunion concert:

"Blackout" at the reunion concert:

"Sunrise" at the reunion concert:

"Carnaval del Barrio" at the reunion concert:

"Alabanza" at the reunion concert:

"Everything I Know," featuring Gonzalez, at the reunion concert:

"Champagne" at the reunion concert:

The finale at the reunion concert:

In the Heights performs on the 2008 Tony Awards:

The title song from In the Heights:

The cast performs on the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade:

"When You're Home":

"The Club":

"Breathe," featuring Jordin Sparks:

Highlights of the musical, featuring Corbin Bleu:

"Paciencia y Fe," with Olga Merediz:

"96,000":

"It Won't Be Long Now":

Cast members record the Broadway recording:

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