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Benefits and Galas Submit Your Own Miscast Video for MCC's Annual Concert Event

#MCCMISCASTME offers theatre fans the chance to be featured in the Miscast24 digital broadcast.

Anika Noni Rose, Gavin Creel, and Lea Salonga

MCC Theater's annual Miscast concert event is offering theatre fans an opportunity to be featured in the show's digital broadcast through its social media campaign, #MCCMISCASTME. Like the popular concert, in which Broadway stars perform show tunes from roles in which they might not be traditionally cast, fans are requested to perform a 60-second snippet of their favorite song that's outside their normal "type."

#MCCMISCASTME is open to all ages and participants can live anywhere in the world. Video submissions should be posted to the participant’s social media timeline on Instagram or TikTok and include the tags #MCCMISCASTME and #MISCAST24. Participants who do not wish to post their video on social media can submit a YouTube link to [email protected].

Entries should be kept to 60-seconds or less and participants should begin by introducing themselves by name and the song they are singing. The submission period begins on February 28 at 12 AM ET and concludes on March 22 at 11:59 PM ET. A small number of submissions will be selected to be featured in the Miscast24 digital broadcast. For full submission instructions, eligibility requirements, and Official Rules, visit MCC.Theater/MiscastMe.

Miscast24 will be held April 15 at New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom and will honor Tony winner Jason Robert Brown, whose musical The Connector is currently making its world premiere at MCC, and MCC Youth Company alum Nicole Suazo. Performers for the event include Gavin Creel, Brian d'Arcy James, Ingrid Michaelson, Lauren Patten, Michaela Jaé Rodriquez, Leslie Rodriguez Kritzer, Anika Noni Rose, Lea Salonga, Ryan Vasquez, Vanessa Williams, and Joy Woods. Will Van Dyke will serve as musical director and more performers are still to be announced. 

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