MANILA, PHILIPPINES — The Tony Awards 2024 The season may be over, but some iconic songs and dance numbers can be relived Disney+.

Fans of Philippine theater and Broadway can rewatch it on Disney+ and relive the magic of musicals.

Here are a few to stream:

Hamilton (2020) – “Alexander Hamilton”

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A stunning opening that grabs you from the first note, drawing the audience into an epic tale of remarkable characters and dynamic music combined with raw and passionate lyrics. The hugely talented ensemble teases out their complex relationships with Alexander Hamilton (Lin-Manuel Miranda) and their historical journeys, brilliantly setting the stage. That iconic line, “How does a bastard, an orphan, a whore’s son…” immediately captures all the feels for Hamilton’s struggles and dreams.

HamiltonThe Broadway production of won a whopping 11 Tony Awards, while in 2016 it was nominated for 16. The awards it won included Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score (both awarded to Lin-Manuel Miranda), Best Actor in a Musical (Leslie Odom Jr.), Best Supporting Actor in a Musical (Daveed Diggs) and Best Supporting Actress in a Musical (Renée Elise Goldsberry).

News (2017) – “Seize the day”

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This number marks a pivotal moment where the newsboys unite against powerful newspaper magnates to fight for justice. With high energy and impressive choreography featuring stunning jumps and somersaults, this visually striking number amplifies the excitement as the characters move with courage and solidarity.

News was nominated eight times at the 2012 Tony Awards, winning awards for Best Choreography (Christopher Gattelli) and Best Original Score (Alan Menken and Jack Feldman).

The sound of music (1965) – “Do-Re-Mi”

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In this scene, Maria (Julie Andrews) doesn’t just teach a music lesson; she unleashes an iconic piece of cinema. Her infectious creativity and energy pierce the icy walls of the von Trapp family, transforming a simple music lesson into a full-blown adventure. It’s catchy and simple, and it brings all ages together in an extraordinary musical journey.

The Broadway production of The sound of music won five trophies from nine nominations at the 1960 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Actress in a Musical (Mary Martin), Best Supporting Actress in a Musical (Patricia Neway), Best Scenic Design of a Musical (Oliver Smith), and Best Conductor and Music Director (Frederick Dvonch).

In the woods (2014) – “Nobody is alone”

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By the end of the film, there will almost certainly be tears as Cinderella (Anna Kendrick), Little Red Riding Hood (Lilia Crawford), The Baker (James Cordern), and Jack (Daniel Huttlestone) unite in song, wrapping up each storyline with heart and soul. It’s like a big group hug after a tragedy, giving them the comfort they need to heal and move on. And Stephen Sondheim’s magic? Pure gold. His heartfelt melody and lyrics touch you right away.

The original Broadway production of In the woods won three Tony Awards in 1988, from ten nominations: Best Music (Stephen Sondheim), Best Book of a Musical (James Lapine) and Best Actress in a Musical (Joanna Gleason).

Mary Poppins (1964) – “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”

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This song perfectly captures the whimsical spirit of Mary Poppins (Julie Andrews) and how she brings joy and excitement to everyday life. And what makes it so special? The crazy wordplay, of course! Saying the title is a challenge in itself, but it’s all part of the fun. It’s even reflected in the lyrics: “It’s supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Even though it sounds kind of awful. If you say it loud enough, you always sound precocious. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!” And with the energetic choreography to match, it’s a total spectacle that will leave viewers in raptures.

The imaginative and detailed set of the Mary Poppins The Broadway production was honored at the 2007 Tony Awards, winning Best Scenic Design of a Musical recognition for Bob Crowley, the show’s only win out of seven nominations.

West Side Story (2021) – “America”

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Anita, played by the wonderful Ariana DeBose (who is also this year’s Tony Award host), tries to convince Bernardo (David Alvarez) that there is more to America than the opportunities they have in Puerto Rico. It’s a whirlwind of song, dance and color that delves deeply into the complexities of the “American Dream” and the hopes, frustrations and aspirations of the characters. Combined with the lively, fast-paced and enchanting choreography, the writing is excellent – ​​witty, sharp and full of clever wordplay and cultural jokes.

The original Broadway production of West Side Story received two Tony Awards in 1958, from six nominations. It won Best Choreography (Jerome Robbins) and Best Scenic Design (Oliver Smith).

With their memorable melodies and compelling lyrics, these iconic songs and dance numbers continue to enchant audiences across generations and cultures, making everyone realize that the power of music and storytelling knows no bounds.

All mentioned movie musicals are available on Disney+.