Broadway producers are hoping 5,000 singers will submit videos for Guinness-record bid

What a projecting call: Broadway producers are trusting 5,000 individuals will submit recordings of themselves singing a similar show tune in order to set a Guinness world record.

Cast individuals from the Broadway-bound melodic “Six” have effectively begun the project with a review video, which was appeared in Times Square Friday, on the anniversary of the Broadway Shutdown.

Ryco Theatricals, the makers of the #BwayWorldRecord challenge, are currently extending the exertion by asking that 5,000 additional individuals send in recordings of themselves singing a similar tune, “From Now On” from “The Greatest Showman,” before the month’s end.

The test is an endeavor to break the world record for the biggest online video collection of individuals singing a similar melody — while bringing issues to light and cash for the Broadway community.

Adrianna Hicks, Abby Mueller and Anna Uzele, who are presently in the pandemic-interfered with show “Six,” performed on the review video.

The test additionally fills in as an advantage for The Actor’s Fund, which gives assistance to theater laborers during the progressing pandemic.

“It has been one year since the visionaries of Broadway have hit the asphalt and tried out with sweat, blood, and tears to accomplish something they have burned through the greater part of their lives dreaming to work out as expected,” Ryco Theatricals founder Ry Armstrong said.