THE SCREENING ROOM: Our Favorite Harry Connick, Jr. Performances (Video)

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This season Broadway audiences had the chance to see and hear Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane's On A Clear Day You Can See Forever from a whole new perspective, with a new twist from director Michael Mayer.

The revival welcomed the Broadway return of crooner Harry Connick, Jr., who took on the role of a lovelorn psychiatrist who falls for his patient thanks to the mysterious magic of past-life regression. Before On A Clear Day ends its run Jan. 29, Playbill.com decided to look back at some of Connick's memorable performances.

Harry and break-out co-star Jesse Mueller perform highlights from On A Clear Day on "The View."

A 1989 performance of "Fly Me to the Moon," with bass player Ben Wolfe.

Performing the pop hit "For Once In My Life."

Crooning the Duke Ellington jazz standard "Don't Get Around Much Anymore."

Cole Porter's "It's All Right With Me" from Mr. Wonderful.

"It Had to Be You," which was famously featured on the soundtrack for "When Harry Met Sally."

The 1934 standard, "The Very Thought of You."

Performing at the Tony Awards with Kelli O'Hara from the 2006 revival of The Pajama Game.

The New Orleans native performs "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans."

Playbill.com's video footage of On A Clear Day You Can See Forever.

 

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