As the curtain closed on this year's star-studded Playbill Pride celebration Pride in Times Square, stars from Broadway and beyond took to the Main Stage to "ignite the night" with our second-annual Big Broadway Disco: a large-scale street party that invited revelers to dance the night away to showtunes old and new—all newly arranged with some disco flare. Led by DJ Mike Borowski and directed by Playbill's own Creative Director Bryan Campione, the special guests and performers that got their groove on included Frankie James Grande, Hernando Umana, Will Mann, Diana Huey, Eric Krop, Leanne Smith, Anita Welch, Jessie Alagna, Tori Manoli, Estelle Rivera, Eliana Slurzburg, Andrew Richard Norlen, Jaylon Mccraven, Rocco Duranti, Mendel Roman, Bassam Kubba, Holly Dae, Devin Williams, and Hudson, along with Here Lies Love's Jaygee Macapugay and Moulin Rouge!'s Sophie Carmen-Jones, Tasia Jungbauer, David Merino and Jacqueline B. Arnold.
The entertainment included acrobatics from Mendel and Bassam, Neven Williams walking on stilts, Macapugay performing the title song from "Here Lies Love," the cast of Moulin Rouge! performing "Lady Marmalade," and Huey performing "Firework."
The Big Broadway Disco featured choreography by Angel May Reed, specialty act direction by Adam Rei Siegel, wardrobe by DW Designs, production stage management by Sydney Steele and Mason Huse, and additional production support from Madeline O'Hara and Alexander Friedland.
See photos of the electrifying second-annual Big Broadway Disco below.