Back on Broadway: Kristin Chenoweth & Peter Gallagher in conversation
April 6, 7:30 pm @ 92Y, New York
Click here for tickets and info.

Deer Valley Music Festival: Kristin Chenoweth with the Utah Symphony
August 8, 7:30 pm @ Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater, Park City, UT
Tickets go on sale March 23, click here for more info.

Kristin Chenoweth with the LA Philharmonic
Nov 5, 8:00 pm @ Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA
Tickets go on sale August 23, click here for more info.

Kristin Chenoweth with the Nashville Symphony
December 8 & 9, 7:30 pm @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville, TN
Tickets go on sale this summer, click here for more info.

Great American Songbook with Kristin Chenoweth & the Phoenix Symphony
May 21, 7:30 pm & May 22 & 2pm @ Symphony Hall, Phoenix, AZ
Tickets go on sale at a later date.





Nov 28, 2014: Kristin Chenoweth: Coming Home
PBS, check local listings for re-airings or alternative air-dates




  The Boy next Door
  (film, thriller)

  as Vicky
  in US theaters NOW
  official trailer, IMDB

  Strange Magic
  (animated film)

  as Sugar Plum Fairy
  in US theaters NOW
  official trailer, IMDB

  Live CD & DVD: Coming Home
  CD & DVD are out NOW.
  Buy the CD: amazon, iTunes, Target or MyPlay Direct
  (for international delivery).
  Buy the DVD: Amazon or Barnes & Noble

  On the 20th Century
  (musical, comedy)

  as Lily Garland
  Feb 13 - July 5 2015
  Tickets and info at 20thCenturyOnBroadway.com

  The Opposite Sex/A Bet's A Bet
  (film, comedy)
  as Mrs. Kemp
  available NOW as VOD (amazon, digital TV) & on DVD.
  IMDB

  Descendants
  (Disney Channel movie, comedy)
  Maleficent
  post-production
  IMDB

  Hard Sell (film)
  as Lorna Buchanan
  post-production
  offical website





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For more information, visit Broken Arrow PAC or click here to DONATE.

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On The 20th Century now playing!

18 February 2015 by *Iris • comments 0
Last week, Kristin Chenoweth had her first performance back on Broadway! On The 20th Century began previews at the American Airlines Theater on Friday, and reactions so far have been fantastic. Word of mouth is that this show is classic Broadway at its best and that Kristin was born to play the part of Lily Garland. We're also hearing some early Tony Award buzz as well, but it's a long way to go before nominations are announced at the end of April and many of the other contenders haven't opened yet. But we're crossing our fingers and toes and will keep you in the loop!
What we know for sure is that the show is selling out, so make sure to get your tickets while you can! Click here to buy tickets, and have a look at our On The 20th Century Spotlight with a detailed ticket-buying guide!


FYI, Kristin does sign playbills (and everything else) at the stagedoor whenever she can. But expect and a long wait (45 minutes is not unusual) and big crowds, so she doesn't normally pose for photos. You can take photos of her though, as long as you don't use flash. (Too many flashes can trigger episodes of Menieres for her, and we all want her to stay well and healthy!)

Reddit AMA

04 February 2015 by *Iris • comments 0
Earlier this week Kristin Chenoweth did her very first ever "Ask me Anything" on Reddit. I think those of you who participated will agree with me that it was a lot of fun and that it was great to get those very long, insightful and in-depth answers from Kristin. We love Twitter, but it was a nice change!


If you missed the Q&A, or you would like to read Kristin's answers again in quiet, you can visit her Reddit AMA right here.
To get a taste, here are some of our favorite answers:
quote:
"Q: You've performed in London before in concert but would you ever consider doing a West End show?
A: YES! I would LOVE to do a West End show. I would love to even do ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY there. That would be a dream come true. It's on my bucket list.

Q: How did you have to prepare for On the Twentieth Century?
A: I haven't had to dance like this, in a good 20 years? I've had to change my diet. To be frank, I've had to eat more, I've had to eat protein, I've had to dance every day. I.. also have to sing legit operatic. I've had to warm up my body, warm up my voice, it's also an incredibly physically comedic role. It's not a walk in the park. It is the toughest part for me I've ever had. It's hard.

Q: What are your thoughts on the upcoming Wicked movie? Any interest in being involved?
A: First of all, I'm glad they are going to do a movie. I figured they'd do it someday - I don't know when it's planned for. I mean of course i'd love to be involved - it is a huge part of my life. I don't know who I'd play - I'd be interested in Madame Morrible at this point - it gives a bigger audience a chance to see the show, and that makes me happy, whether I'm involved or not."
While Kristin was on Reddit, she also checked out Martin Sheen's AMA that happened only shortly after hers. Click here to read there exchange.

On The 20th Century Photo Call

30 January 2015 by *Iris • comments 0
Yesterday was the big day! The cast and crew of On The 20th Century moved from the rehearsal studio into the American Airlines Theater for two weeks of Tech, before the first curtain rises on February 12!
The Press was there to snap some pictures of the cast as they arrived, check out all the pictures in our gallery.

Broadwayworld and Broadway.com talked to director Scott Ellis and the cast, including Kristin Chenoweth, Peter Gallagher and Andy Karl about the show. Be sure to watch both videos!


Broadway Boot Camp and Masterclass

30 January 2015 by *Iris • comments 0
We learned recently that Kristin Chenoweth will continue to advance her cooperation with the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center.
After the big success of her now annual Master Classes for High-school students in Oklahoma last March it was now announced that the second Master Class will take place this August at the Broken Arrow PAC. In addition to that Kristin is launching a new Broadway Boot Camp in Cooperation with her alma mater, Oklahoma City University. The lucky participants will get to work with OCU teachers and Broadway vets for a week in June.
Read the press release for all the details, including audition dates!
quote:
""Ms. Chenoweth has a heart for arts in education, as cemented last year with the formation of the Kristin Chenoweth Arts & Education Fund," said Mark Frie, Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center executive director. "For this master class and for the camp, she is bringing together her love for her two alma maters - Broken Arrow Public Schools and Oklahoma City University - and creating a unique opportunity for many high school and college students to further their creative arts aspirations."

The audition process for both the master class and boot camp will take place Feb. 20-21, with callbacks on Feb. 22.

Students in grades 9-12 must audition to be considered for the Broadway Boot Camp taking place June 22-26, 2015, at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center. The camp will teach audition techniques, stage movement and will include interviews with Broadway industry professionals. Dr. David Herendeen, director of musical theatre program at Oklahoma City University, leads the camp along with a small staff.

Two lucky students from the boot camp will be chosen to attend the Oklahoma City University High School Musical Theatre Camp in July for three weeks with all tuition waived.

"To me, true talent like we experience with Kristin is something that is not taught in school," said Herendeen. "It has to do with a giving heart. So I can't help but be excited about our new partnership in Broken Arrow. I'm going to find heart in the heartland for sure."

Students in grades 11, 12 and the collegiate level may audition for the Kristin Chenoweth Master Class event in August. Much like last year's master class, students will be able to perform for Chenoweth and receive one-on-one direction from her in front of a live audience.

"I am so excited to partner with the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center to help raise awareness for the arts in the city I call home," said Chenoweth. "Giving back to the community is a privilege and I feel most fortunate to be able to support educational and artistic opportunities in Broken Arrow.""
Click here for more info on how to audition for the Master Class and the Boot Camp.
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