September 02, 2015

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More Highlights From MCC's 2013 Miscast: Groff, Jordan, Borle, Boggess, Krakowski

Hosted by Victor Garber, MCC Theater's 2013 Miscast gala honored Tony winner Judith Light. The annual benefit, which brings together Broadway stars to perform songs from shows and roles in which they'd never be cast, counted Christian Borle, Jonathan Groff, Megan Hilty, Jane Krakowski, Jeremy Jordan, Sierra Boggess, LaChanze, Jason Danieley and Cheyenne Jackson among its featured performers. In these highlights from the evening's festivities, Borle and Groff team up for "If Momma Was Married" from Gypsy, Krakowski spouts Latin-infused hip hop from In the Heights, Boggess puts Britney Spears spin on "Think of Me" from Phantom of the Opera, and Jordan teams with Groff for a "Smash" duet. Watch, in its entirety, as Jackson and Jordan sing a Side Show classic.








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