THE SCREENING ROOM: Celebrating the Women of Broadway's Cinderella (Video)

By Playbill Staff
March 13, 2013

The Broadway premiere of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's Cinderella opened on Broadway March 3. In celebration of the musical, Playbill.com looks at various performances from the show's leading ladies.



Tony Award nominee Laura Osnes stars in the title role with Tony winner Victoria Clark as fairy godmother Marie, Tony winner Harriet Harris as Madame and Ann Harada and Marla Mindelle as the stepsisters. Here are clips from the musical, concert performances from the women of Cinderella and more.

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Highlights of Cinderella:

Clark and Osnes sing "Impossible/It's Possible," and Osnes and Santino Fontana sing "Ten Minutes Ago":

Clark, Osnes and the cast perform at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade:

"How 'Bout A Dance?," performed by Osnes, from the Broadway musical Bonnie & Clyde.

 Cheyenne Jackson and Osnes - "I've Never Been in Love Before."

Osnes dueting with Melissa van der Schyff on "You Love Who You Love" from Bonnie & Clyde.

Osnes performs "I'm In Love With A Wonderful Guy" from South Pacific as part of Sirius XM Live On Broadway.

 A Birdland performance of Jeff Blumenkrantz's "Love Is Not All" from Clark:

Clark sings "In Buddy's Eyes" from Follies at Sirius XM Radio.

Clark performing Jeff Blumenkrantz's "Toll" at Birdland.

 Clark with the cast of The Light in the Piazza during the 2005 Tony Awards.

 

Jeff Blumenkrantz's tender song, "I Won't Mind," performed by Clark:

All four parts of "The Devil's Bitch," staring Mindelle:

 

 

 

 

Mindelle performs "The Man That Got Away":

Mindelle's comic performance of "Colors of the Wind":

Playbill Video's "Obsessed" with Harada:

Harada sings "No Time at All" from Pippin:

Harada performs "The More You Ruv Someone":

Harada duets with Rob Berliner on "You're the Top":

Harris performs "Trouble" at The Acting Company Gala:

Audio of Harris singing "They Don't Know" from Thoroughly Modern Millie: