Watch: & Juliet, Into the Woods, and More Perform in Curtain Up LIVE! Finale Concert, Now Streaming | Playbill

Sponsored Content Watch: & Juliet, Into the Woods, and More Perform in Curtain Up LIVE! Finale Concert, Now Streaming

See Brandon Victor Dixon, Alex Brightman, Krysta Rodriguez, and more in this spectacular performance filmed live in Times Square.

Company members of &Juliet perform at Curtain Up Broadway Festival in Times Square
Company members of &Juliet perform at Curtain Up Broadway Festival in Times Square Heather Gershonowitz

Curtain Up! Broadway Festival may have taken its final bow, but the all-star Curtain Up LIVE! finale concert is now streaming. Amber Ruffin and Jesse Tyler Ferguson hosted the special event in the heart of Times Square October 2, with performances from Alex Brightman, Sharon D Clarke, Brandon Victor Dixon, Myles Frost, Krysta Rodriguez, André De Shields, Will Swenson, and more. The entire concert aired live on WABC, and now you can stream the full broadcast below.

Shows represented in the event included A Beautiful Noise, A Strange Loop, Aladdin, & Juliet, Beetlejuice, The Book of Mormon, Chicago, Death of a Salesman, Hadestown, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Into the Woods, The Lion King, MJ The Musical, Moulin Rouge! The Musical, The Music Man, The Phantom of the Opera, Six, and Wicked.

The Curtain Up Broadway Festival Finale Concert is no longer available for streaming. Watch the other Curtain Up main stage events at Playbill.com/CurtainUp.

Curtain Up! Broadway Festival—from Playbill, The Broadway League, the Times Square Alliance, and Prudential Financial—included three days of performances, sing-alongs, a block party, and more, all in the heart of New York's theatre district—Times Square. 

Stay tuned to Playbill for more coverage of the landmark event all week, or head to Playbill.com/CurtainUp for a full run-down of the three-day festival.

 
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