1. Christmas is My Favorite Time Of Year - Catch Me If You Can
This song, from Broadway's Catch Me If You Can, is the somewhat-somber act one finale, but it still features Broadway vet Norbert Leo Butz and everyone's Broadway boyfriend Aaron Tveit.
2. Joy To The World - The Broadway Cast of Hamilton
Every year, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids releases a Christmas album, Carols For A Cure. This year, led by Leslie Odom, Jr., the Hamilton Cast contributed with a soulful orchestration of the classic song.
3. Baby, It's Cold Outside - Laura Osnes and Christopher Rice
In this video, Broadway's resident princess Laura Osnes, and The Book Of Mormon's #tappy swing, Chris Rice team up to turn a classic Christmas duet into a tap dance reminiscent of the huge dance numbers of Hollywood's Golden Age.
4. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays - Chris McCarrell
In an excerpt from his concert, "Christmas Carols with Chris McCarrell", Broadway's goofiest Marius took a spin at a boyband Christmas classic.
5. I Saw Three Ships - The Broadway Cast of Les Miserables
I Saw Three Ships is another BC/EFA benefit song, but it takes a classic song and creates a fusion with the melodic themes and notable songs from Les Mis.
6. Christmas Bells - RENT
RENT is a classic musical, featuring this song about Christmas.
7. My Favorite Things - The Sound of Music
I've seen this song categorized as a Christmas song before, and personally I think it works! Plus, it's Julie Andrews. You can't go wrong.
8. Christmas Medley - Jersey Boys
This medley of Christmas staples is done in proper Jersey Boys style by the cast of the musical.
9. Baby, It's Cold Outside - Wesley Taylor and Gideon Glick
Wes Taylor, from The Addams Family, and Gideon Glick, from the original cast of Spring Awakening, team up for a hysterical duet of this song. I know it's already on the list, but Wes and Gideon's version of the song is funny, and they totally get the song in a way most people don't.
10. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - Ben Fankhauser
This is my favorite Christmas cover of all time. Not only does Ben Fankhauser, the original Davey in Newsies, riff his way through a key change, he also plays a melodica solo halfway through the song. It doesn't get better than this.