The show, which has been billed as "an evening of songs, stories and Laura Benanti side-eyed exits," returns to New York's Duplex Cabaret Theatre on May 5 and 16.
“Barbra Streisand got her Broadway credits in 1962 and Marilyn Monroe died before she got hers, so I’m sorta somewhere in the middle of that,” McCain told The Huffington Post in an email. "I have found auditioning in New York is just like 'Flashdance,' except my leotard is a little bigger...and the water that falls on me is in the form of tears because I’m wearing leotards to auditions.”
He's also the creative mind behind the viral parody “Bonjour Girl!,” which spoofed Disney's animated classic "Beauty and the Beast."
"Broadway Credits" had its initial sold-out Duplex debut in February.
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Check out McCain's "door-to-door" campaign videos featuring Broadway performers below: