Our second actor nominating the best of the decade is Raymond J. Lee. Most recently, he was seen in the ensemble of Soft Power at The Public Theatre. But on Broadway, he’s originated many of the best ensemble features of the last ten years, from a flying Elvis in Honeymoon in Vegas to one half of a pair of Punxsutawney bumpkins in Groundhog Day.
The Ensemblist has compiled our own lists of the Best Broadway ensemble performances of the last decade, nominating our favorites in four categories
- Best Broadway Ensemble
- Best Broadway Ensemble Feature
- Best Performance by an Ensemble Actor
- Best Ensemble Banger (song that features an ensemble)
We’ve brought along two of our favorite Broadway superfans/Ensemblists to help us nominate the best of Broadway from the last ten years. But we’re going to need you to help us make the final decisions.
Go to TheEnsemblist.com or click on our Instagram bio link to submit your picks for the Best Broadway Ensemble performances of the decade. Voting closes at midnight EST on Friday, December 13 so submit your notes now.
These selections are from musicals that opened on Broadway between January 2010 and December 2019. The selections for all categories can include both new musicals and revival. They can be based in facts or based in feelings, but I asked them to made sure they could defend them on mic.