MCC Theater Announces MISCAST24 Honoring Jason Robert Brown

Miscast24 will take place on Monday April 15, 2024 at the Hammerstein Ballroom (311 West 34th Street). The evening will honor Tony Award® winner Jason Robert Brown (MCC’s The Connector, Parade) and MCC Youth Company alum Nicole Suazo.

Miscast24 will feature performances by Gavin Creel (MCC’s Walk on Through, Hello, Dolly!), Brian d’Arcy James (Days of Wine and Roses, Into the Woods), Tyne Daly (Gypsy, Doubt), Ingrid Michaelson (singer/songwriter, The Notebook), Lauren Patten (Death and Other Details, Jagged Little Pill),  Michaela Jaé Rodriguez (“Pose,” “Loot”), Leslie Rodriguez Kritzer (Spamalot, Beetlejuice), Anika Noni Rose (Uncle Vanya, The Princess and the Frog), Lea Salonga (Here Lies Love, Once on This Island)Ryan Vasquez (MCC’s Walk on Through, The Notebook), Vanessa Williams (Miscast23 honoree, POTUS), and Joy Woods (The Notebook, Little Shop of Horrors). And more to be announced! Will Van Dyke will serve as Musical Director.

Miscast is one of the most anticipated and exciting theater events in New York each year. This spring, the biggest stars of stage and screen will take to the stage at Hammerstein Ballroom, performing songs from roles in which they would not traditionally be cast.

Tables and sponsorship packages are available now by calling Vinny Martini, Associate Director of Development, at (212) 727-7722 x 205. Show-only priority booking for MCC Patrons is now open. Show-only Subscriber booking opens on January 31 at noon ET. Show-only public on sale begins February 1 at noon ET. All tickets will be available for purchase at

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Funds raised from Miscast24 help MCC Theater produce exciting new work Off-Broadway and support its Youth Company and in-school partnerships that serve New York City public high school students, as well as MCC’s literary development work with emerging playwrights.