All the Musical Performances from the 2012 Tony Awards including ‘Once,’ ‘Newsies,’ and ‘Porgy & Bess’

Jesus-Christ-Superstar-Tony-AwardsYou want the musical numbers from last night’s Tony Awards? Well, here they are!

From the opening numbers, Once, Porgy & Bess, Jesus Christ Superstar and Godspell. Yup, watch Godspell just to see the Corbin Bleu and the cast destroy their number. And I don’t mean destroy in a good way.

Check ’em all out below!

Opening Number

 

Neil Patrick Harris‘ Opening Number

 

The Year in Plays

 

OnceSteve Kazee & Cristin Milioti

 

Jesus Christ Superstar – featuring Josh Young

 

Porgy & BessAudra McDonald, Norm Lewis and David Allen Grier

 

Nice Work If You Can Get ItMatthew Broderick & Kelli O’Hara

 

Jeremy Jordan, Andrew Keenan-Bolger and the cast of Newsies

 

FolliesDanny Burstein

 

EvitaElena Roger & Ricky Martin

 

Raúl Esparza & The Cast Of Leap Of Faith

 

Cast Of Godspell featuring Corbin Bleu singing way, way off key

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