THE SCREENING ROOM: Performances from Sweet Smell Stars John Lithgow, Brian d'Arcy James and Kelli O'Hara (Video)

By Playbill Staff
March 14, 2014

The Tony Award-nominated Best Musical Sweet Smell of Success opened March 14, 2002. Playbill.com looks back with performances from the show's stars, John Lithgow, Brian d'Arcy James and Kelli O'Hara.



James was Tony-nominated for his work in the 2002 musical, and Lithgow took home the Best Actor Tony Award for his performance. For more on the musical, visit the Playbill Vault.

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James sings "At the Fountain" from Sweet Smell of Success:

Playbill Video's "Obsessed!" with James:

James rehearses for his 54 Below concert:

Highlights from Giant:

Additional highlights from Giant:

James sings "I've Been" from Next to Normal:

James sings "Free" alongside Nathan Lane:

James transforms into Shrek:

James and Foster perform from Shrek on "The View":

Lithgow and Norbert Leo Butz perform from Dirty Rotten Scoundrels on the "Today" show:

Lithgow sings "I Got Two Dogs":

Lithgow, Butz and the cast of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels performs on the Tony Awards:

Highlights from The Columnist:

"Cock-Eyed Optimist," performed by O'Hara, from the Live from Lincoln Center broadcast of the Tony-winning revival of South Pacific.

 O'Hara with Victoria Clark during the Tony Awards performance for The Light in the Piazza.

 O'Hara with her Light in the Piazza and South Pacific co-star Matthew Morrison, performing "Tonight" from West Side Story.

 Singing "It Only Takes Moment" from Hello, Dolly! with Matt Bomer at the Kennedy Center Honors, celebrating Jerry Herman.

O'Hara and Harry Connick Jr. sing from The Pajama Game during the 2006 Tony Awards.

The rousing Rodgers and Hammerstein song "Honey Bun," featuring O'Hara, from South Pacific.

Playbill.com's coverage of the Nice Work If You Can Get It media day. O'Hara performs with her co-star Matthew Broderick.

 

 

Playbill.com's coverage of The Bridges of Madison County media day. O'Hara performs with co-star Steven Pasquale.

 

 

With Harry Connick Jr. Singing "There Once Was a Man" from The Pajama Game.

The Bridges of Madison County performs for the press.