That time he impressed Al Pacino with his dancing
"It was the one moment of doing 'Brotherhood of Man,' which was kind of the 11 o'clock number of [How to Succeed in Business on Broadway]. Doing that for the first time in front of an audience was just joy. I was fighting back tears at the end. I was like, you've been doing it for six weeks in a rehearsal room being like, I'm going to fuck this up, I'm going to screw this up, it's going to be horrible, I can't dance, why am I doing this, this is a huge mistake.
"I did it at the Tonys... and [there] you're unveiled like a prize on a game show, an LED wall in front of you just flies out. We were the first number of the night, and I remember looking and Bobby Cannavale, Mark Rylance, and Al Pacino were the first three people I saw in the front row, and I was like, OK, I'm about to dance and sing for you guys, I hope you enjoy it. My singing was not the best that night, I still watch that performance back and I'm like, eech, OK, but the dancing was great."