To me, Aaron Tveit has always been a charismatic and commanding performer with the voice of an angel. He pours his passion and power into every note, whether it's ''I'm Alive'' from ''Next to Normal,'' ''Goodbye'' from ''Catch Me If You Can'' or ''Roxanne'' from ''Moulin Rouge!'' He's a dedicated artist who rarely misses shows, and it's a testament to his talent and nearly 20-year career that he's constantly working onstage or on-screen. Even during the COVID shutdown on Broadway, which left so many out of work, Tveit was starring in a Christmas movie for Hallmark, shooting ''Schmigadoon!'' for Apple TV and appearing in ''American Horror Stories'' for Hulu. 2021 was a career year for him. It was capped off by winning a Tony for ''Moulin Rouge!'' in ''a role he was born to play'' and was ''his best Broadway work to date,'' according to Ben Brantley in the N.Y. Times.