Ben Platt performs national anthem at baseball’s All-Star game

Ben Platt performs national anthem at baseball’s All-Star game

Ben Platt, the Jewish Broadway phenom, sang the national anthem before the 2022 Major League Baseball All-Star game Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium in his old hometown.

Platt was brought up in Los Angeles prior to moving to New York and striking it huge on Broadway, where his breakout job, repeated keep going year on screen, was in "Dear Evan Hansen."

Jewish Broadway star Ben Platt performs national anthem at baseball’s All-Star game

Platt wore a "Decision" pin for the presentation, in a proclamation about the Supreme Court's new choice to upset Roe v. Swim, which ensured early termination privileges to Americans.

It was not whenever Platt first has sung the public hymn at a ball game. On July 4, 2015, not long previously "Dear Evan Hansen" debuted in Washington, D.C., he performed at Nationals Park wearing a T-shirt promoting the play

Platt's appearance at the All-Star game comes in the midst of a stuffed planned of jobs with Jewish reverberation

Coming up, Platt will star in the melodic satire film "Theater Camp," which is shooting at a Jewish day camp that shut in 2019, and in a restoration of the Broadway melodic "March," about the 1915 lynching of a Southern Jew.

Before Platt, the latest Jewish vocalist to play out the song of devotion at the All-Star game, a rivalry between top players from baseball's two associations, was Rachel Platten in 2016

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