The Tony nominee stars as Jamie, a gay man with pre-wedding jitters, in the gender-swapped revival of Stephen Sondheim's classic musical.
It's unlikely that playgoers will see the former first lady on stage. The Giant does not appear on stage, and the voice part is usually prerecorded.
The New York actor and singer gave HuffPost an early listen to his version of "Talent" from "Sondheim Unplugged: The NYC Sessions."
Barbra Streisand, Viola Davis, Idina Menzel, Ava DuVernay, Hugh Jackman, Lin-Manuel Miranda and more lined up to honor the musical theater legend.
The prolific lyricist behind hits including "Sweeney Todd" and "West Side Story" was 91.
Timothée Chalamet, Jake Gyllenhaal and a few other things to swoon over this weekend.
The three-time Oscar winner crooned "The Ladies Who Lunch" with pals Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald while chugging cocktails and wearing bathrobes.
By the time the second act is underway, things have become undeniably plodding. The humor has leaked out, and what's left
But both Candide and Cunegonde, as well as Cunegonde's brother Maximilian (Keith Phares) and serving girl Paquette (Jessica
Prime among the participants, naturally enough, are the Messrs. Prince and Sondheim. They appear in both the 1981 footage