Watch Jennifer Nettles Take On ‘It All Fades Away’ From Bridges of Madison County

Playbill Universe   Watch Jennifer Nettles Take On ‘It All Fades Away’ From Bridges of Madison County
 
The country star, who also played a stint in Broadway's Chicago, sang the heart-wrenching solo for MCC's Miscast Gala April 1.

MCC Theater hosted its annual Miscast gala April 1. The event, a tradition of the Off-Broadway company since 2001, invites a “class” of performers to sing songs from roles in which they would not otherwise be cast.

Country star and Sugarland lead vocalist Jennifer Nettles joined the lineup at this year’s event, performing “It All Fades Away,” the emotional final song in Jason Robert Brown’s Tony-winning musical The Bridges of Madison County. Watch her performance above.

See below for the full Miscast 2019 set list:

Mean GirlsTaylor Louderman, Kate Rockwell, Barret Wilbert Weed, Krystina Alabado as the Four Seasons singing a medley of “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like a Man” from Jersey Boys

Alice Ripley as Gabe singing “I’m Alive” from Next to Normal

Jennifer Nettles and Karen Olivo as Lucille and Leo Frank singing “All The Wasted Time” from Parade

Gavin Creel as Flora singing “A Quiet Thing” from Flora, the Red Menace

Andy Karl and Orfeh as Seymour and The Plant singing “Feed Me” from Little Shop of Horrors

Eva Noblezada as Hercules singing “Go the Distance” from Hercules

Stephanie J. Block as Guido singing “Guido’s Song” from Nine

Karen Olivo as Roger singing “Your Eyes” from Rent

Beth Leavel as Joe singing “Ol’ Man River” from Show Boat

Jennifer Nettles as Robert singing “It All Fades Away” from The Bridges of Madison County

Gavin Creel, Jason Tam, and Andy Karl as Mezeppa, Electra, and Tessie Tura in “You Gotta Get a Gimmick” from Gypsy

Christopher Jackson as Deena singing “Listen” from Dreamgirls

Kelli O’Hara as Billy Flynn singing “All I Care About” from Chicago

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