BEST: Jefferson Mays' Quick-Change Act
He may not have gone through all eight of the characters he plays in A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, but in a little less than a minute, Mays completely transforms himself from an old biddy to a grotesque vicar to a posh aristocrat before introducing a number from the musical. It's an astonishing testament to his deftness as a performer and the stagehands changing him in and out of costume. That 60 or seconds may be the best advertisement the play (which would take home Best Musical later that night) could have asked for. Bravo.