Watch Top 10 Broadway Videos of 2022: MJ, Funny Girl, KPOP, Neil Diamond himself

‘MJ’ musical numbers from opening night, Neil Diamond himself singing opening night at “A Beautiful Noise,” two different numbers from “Funny Girl,” the debate over Jewish assimilation in “Leopoldstadt”: These are among the ten eclectic videos below that were the most viewed of those I posted on my YouTube channel, @NewYorkTheaterme, in 2022, arranged in order of popularity.

Below that are the top five videos viewed on my channel this year, all of which were posted in previous years: Moulin Rouge, Anastasia, Be More Chill, John Leguizamo, Jake Gyllenhaal.

MJ the musical opening night on Broadway

Broadway at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 2022

Julie Benko at Broadway in Bryant Park singing I’m the Greatest Star

Jaquel Spivey sings “Memory Song” from A Strange Loop

Neil Diamond himself sings at Broadway opening

KPOP on Broadway: Amerika (Checkmate)

Leopoldstadt Debate Over Jewish Assimilation

Wendell Pierce’s Poignant Death of a Salesman Opening Night Curtain Speech

Almost Famous opening night curtain call

1776 at Broadway in Bryant Park

Top 5 Videos Watched in 2022

A glimpse of the Broadway musical Moulin Rouge, adapted from the 2001 movie, combining four brief trailers, labeled freedom, truth, beauty and love. Click… for photographs and more videos. (2019)

Christy Altomare sings “Once Upon a December” from the Broadway musical Anastasia… for more photos from the show. (2017)

George Salazar sings “Michael in The Bathroom” from the musical Be More Chill, playing at the Signature Theater Center t Click… for more videos, and tons of photographs, as well as a review. (2018)

John Leguizamo talks about Latino history and culture in these excerpts from his Broadway show “Latin History for Morons” at Studio 54. Click… – photos from the show (2017)

As part of the 24 Hour Plays’ Viral Monololgues, Jake Gyllenhall performs “Across the Way,” an original musical piece — a love story from 60 feet away — written especially for him by Jeanine Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire. (2020)

Author: New York Theater

Jonathan Mandell is a 3rd generation NYC journalist, who sees shows, reads plays, writes reviews and sometimes talks with people.

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