PLAYBILL VIDEO WEEK IN REVIEW: Most-Viewed Playbill Videos, LaChanze Sings from If/Then, Murder for Two in the Recording Studio

Playbill.com's weekly recap of its coverage of Broadway performances, celebrity interviews, web series and opening nights – in case they were missed the first time around.

Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812's Brittain Ashford Shows off Kazino —  and Her Vocal Chops

 

 

   

              

 

OBSESSED!: Seth's Year-End Favorites. Here, Seth Rudetsky sits down to remember his favorite half-dozen moments of 2013, including bad auditions, a good audition, "crazazy" old headshots, a belted TV show theme, bad tanning and, of course, "Defying Gravity" sung in several different languages.

 

 

   

              

 

LaChanze Previews the Song "It's a Sign" From If/Then

 

 

   

               

 

Glen Berger, Broadway Boys and more on January's "On Stage Across America"

 

 
   

              

 

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Playbill Year-End Countdown: Dogfight, Liza, Kinky Boots, Laura Benanti, "Hot Off the Ivories" Make Top Five Favorite Video Moments of 2013

 

 
   

              

 

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Playbill Year-End Countdown: "Frozen," "Opening Doors," Matilda, Pippin and Miscast Make Top 5 Most Viewed Videos of 2013

 

 
   

              

 

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Murder for Two's  Brett Ryback and Jeff Blumenkrantz in the Recording Studio