Check Out The BroadwayCon Performances of Six, Jagged Little Pill, Sing Street, Caroline, or Change, & More
BroadwayCon may be over, but thankfully the videos live on. The Broadway extravaganza is often the first place that the big spring musicals debut their showstopping numbers, and this year was no exception. Scroll on for a look at some of the amazing musical numbers that made BroadwayCon 2020 so memorable.
“Ex-Wives” from Six
The queens of Broadway’s Six performed their opening number, and the fans went wild.
“Salty Teardrops” from Caroline, or Change
Together Nasia Thomas, Harper Miles and Nya portray the The Radio girl group in Roundabout’s upcoming revival of Caroline, or Change, and these ladies sang the house down.
“Wake Up” from Jagged Little Pill
The stars of Broadway’s current hit Jagged Little Pill (Celia R. Gooding, Elizabeth Stanley, Kathryn Gallagher, Derek Klena, Logan Hart and Sean Allan Krill) wail on Alanis Morissette’s “Wake Up”.
“I Want You” from Girl From North Country
Caitlin Houlahan and Colton Ryan sang their love duet from the upcoming Bob Dylan musical Girl From North Country.
“Up” from Sing Street
The cast of Broadway’s Sing Street impressed the crowd with two numbers from the upcoming musical. Look at them all playing their own instruments like it’s no big deal. This song is a true bop.
“Brown Shoes” from Sing Street
This second Sing Street song captures all that 1980s teenage angst at the center of the show.
“Princess Is…” from Emojiland
Olivier Award winner Lesli Margherita gave us a peek into the new off-Broadway hit Emojiland, and it’s a place we want to go to live. The vocals, the high kick—it was all there.
“Something to Hold Onto” from Between the Lines
The dreamy Jason Gotay showed off his big, beautiful voice and the score to the upcoming off-Broadway musical Between the Lines. He even powered through a technical difficulty with ease.
“A Whole New Story” from Between the Lines
Aladdin and Wicked alum Arielle Jacobs also performed from Between the Lines, debuting a song young ladies are going to sing at every senior recital for years to come.
“It’s Not About Me” from The Prom
Tony Award winner Beth Leavel revisited her now iconic performance from The Prom at the BroadwayCon kick-off event.
“Mama Will Provide” from Once On This Island
Should be Tony nominee/winner Alex Newell took to the stage to perform the Once On This Island showstopper during a technical difficulty, and it was everything. Brace yourself for 1:40 for the end—Mama definitely provided there.
“Over the Rainbow” from The Wizard of Oz
Queen of vocals, Alysha Umphress performed this gorgeous, jazzy “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” as part of the BroadwayCon cabaret, and we still have chills.