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Megan Hilty Performs SMASH Showstopper At IT COULD BE WORSE Concert

August 12
3:01 PM 2014

Megan Hilty Performs SMASH Showstopper At IT COULD BE WORSE ConcertPopular Broadway and Hollywood crossover star Megan Hilty performs a SMASH showstopper as part of a new video capture of the recent 54 Below concert celebrating popular web series IT COULD BE WORSE, now available to view.

IT COULD BE WORSE is an original theatre-centric web series created by Broadway performers Wesley Taylor and Mitchell Jarvis. The second season premiered earlier this month and the entire series is now available to view on Hulu.

The official description of IT COULD BE WORSE is as follows: "In "it could be worse," actor Jacob Gordon (Wesley Taylor) can't seem to catch a break. Victimized by the grueling rejections of an ugly business, horny parents exploring their mid-life crisis, and a delusional boyfriend who needs constant babysitting, Jacob is lost. He tries to be "good" and not give in to temptations. He tries to be "open" and have an understanding of the people around him... but at the end of the day, Jacob Gordon is a doormat. His epic streak of bad luck might just change, however, when he gets cast in the new Broadway musical "The Ice Queen" -- playing opposite stage and screen royalty Veronica Bailey."

Of note, the IT COULD BE WORSE Season Two launch concert took place on July 15 at 54 Below.

More information on IT COULD BE WORSE is available at the official site here.

View Megan Hilty's "They Just Keep Moving The Line" from SMASH at the IT COULD BE WORSE concert below.

Photo Credit: Walter McBride

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Pat Cerasaro Pat Cerasaro contributes exclusive scholarly columns including InDepth InterViews, Sound Off, Theatrical Throwback Thursdays, Flash Friday and Flash Special as well as additional special features, world premiere clips and extensive news coverage. His work for the site has appeared in The New York Times, The Hollywood Reporter, US Weekly, The Biography Channel, NBC and more. He also wrote and directed two sold-out 2014 BroadwayWorld charity concert events featuring all-star casts, EVERYTHING'S COMING UP BROADWAYWORLD.COM: A JULE STYNE TRIBUTE and THE LORD & THE MASTER: BROADWAYWORLD.COM SINGS THE MUSIC OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER & STEPHEN SONDHEIM.