August 31, 2015

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More Highlights From Clear Day — Jessie Mueller Brings Down the House

In the latest incarnation of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Jessie Mueller makes her Broadway debut as Melinda Wells, a 1940s jazz singer who just so happens to be the past life of psychiatric patient David Gamble. Her show-stopping signature number "Ev'ry Night at Seven" (borrowed from the M-G-M film "Royal Wedding") makes in clear why Harry Connick, Jr.'s character Dr. Mark Bruckner is immediately captivated by her. For more footage from the show, click here.








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