Tony winner James Corden's The Late Late Show is currently in London and aptly turned to the work of a West End legend when selecting material for its latest Crosswalk the Musical: Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Joined by Crosswalk and Broadway veteran Josh Gad, Corden and his troupe perform hits from Evita, Cats, The Phantom of the Opera, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat—all as Lloyd Webber himself watches from his special cherry picker "box seat."
Lloyd Webber released his memoir Unmasked in March and was recently awarded a 2018 Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement. His latest show, School of Rock, is currently running on Broadway and the West End. He won Tony Awards for his scores to Evita, Cats, and Sunset Boulevard.
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Gad appeared on Broadway in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee before creating the role of Elder Cunningham in The Book of Mormon—a performance that earned him a 2011 Tony Award nomination. He later voiced Olaf in Disney's 2013 animated hit Frozen.