Monday, December 23, 2013

The Midtown Men & More Broadway Stars Featured in BroadwayWorld's Photo Flashback! is celebrating their 10th anniversary this year (much like Wicked!), and one of the articles they featured was a look back at the photography of Linda Lenzi throughout this decade. Looking through the highlights of her years as photographer is like looking back through history. She got to capture some great moments featuring some of today's biggest names on Broadway, like Audra McDonald, Megan Hilty, Ian McKellen, Sutton Foster, and many more. But of course my favorite Broadway singers (about whom I endlessly post), The Midtown Men made the cut.

Below are a few of my personal favorite of Lenzi's pictures from the article, but be sure to check out the entire thing on here!

It's my favorite guys!!
The Midtown Men: Daniel Reichard, Michael Longoria, Christian Hoff, and J. Robert Spencer
Probably my favorite picture in here. Who knew on that night that Wicked would be so successful?
Idina Menzel, Joel Grey, and Kristin Chenoweth at the Wicked opening night party (2003)
All of these guys are so young! And check out Matt's oh-so-cool glasses and hair.
Matthew Morrison, Chad Kimball, Barrett Foa, Christopher Sieber, Ben Strothmann,
Jai Rodriguez, John Tartaglia and Max von Essen (2005)
More with some of The Midtown Men, plus our very own Rob Diamond!
Christian Hoff, Robert Diamond ( editor), Bruce Dumpflmaier, Daniel Reichard,
Felicia Finley, and John Lloyd Young (2006)
Wow... what a throwback! That 'stache though, Mr. Gallagher...
Original Spring Awakening cast members Jonathan Groff, Lea Michele, and John Gallagher Jr. (2006)
Original Jersey Boys cast members: J. Robert Spencer, John Lloyd Young, Daniel Reichard, Christian Hoff with
Joe Long and original "Jersey Boys" Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, and Tommy DeVito (2007)
Wait... what? This one gets points for the overbearing awkwardness.
Original "Lucy" from Wildhorn's most famous flop, Jekyll & Hyde, Linda Eder, with 2013 J&H revival  "Lucy," Deborah Cox (2013) (oh yes, Wildhorn couldn't let it stop at flopping once. He had to revive it to see it fail even more miserably than the first time)
The photo tribute was a great stroll down memory lane for me. What are some of your favorite moments from the last 10 years of Broadway?

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