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  • Holds a master's degree in opera from Oklahoma City University.
  • Appeared as "Precious McGuire" in the John Kander and Fred Ebb musical, "Steel Pier".
  • Appeared as 'Waitress' and 'Nancy D., the thin nurse' in the musical comedy, "A New Brain."
  • (June 6, 1999) Won the 1999 Tony Award as Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her role as Sally in "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown".
  • Starred in the leading actress role of the short-lived comedy "Epic Proportions".
  • Appeared on the 2001 Memorial Day Concert, telecast live from Washington D.C. by PBS.
  • (October 2003) Starring on Broadway as Galinda in the new musical, Wicked.
  • Appeared on Last Call with Carson Daly (2002) [7 June 2005].
  • Sang on Mandy Patinkin's 2000 CD, "Kidults".
  • (2005) Multiple commercials for Old Navy.
  • (1993) She appeared in the theatrical production of "Animal Crackers" at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey.
  • Starred in the funnyordie.com viral video musical spoof of the A&E show Intervention (2005).
  • (2009) Introduction for <i>The Complete Peanuts: 1970 to 1972</i> by Charles M. Schulz, Seattle, Washington: Fantagraphics Books, ISBN 1-60699-145-0
  • (September 2011) Album: "I Want Somebody".
  • (2008) Album: "A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas".
  • (2009) Release of her book, "A Little Bit Wicked: Life, Love and Faith in Stages", by Kristin with Joni Rodgers.
  • (September 2011) Album: "Some Lessons Learned".
  • (2011) Album: "Some Lessons Learned".
  • (2014) TV commercial for the Asthma & Allergy Foundation's "Know Your Count" campaign.
  • (October 2003) She acted in Stephen Schwartz's musical, "Wicked", at the Gershwin Theatre, on Broadway in New York City, with Idina Menzel, Carole Shelley, Norbert Leo Butz and Joel Grey in the cast.
  • (2014) CD: "Coming Home".
  • (November 3 to December 12, 1993) She acted in Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, George S. Kaufman and Morris Ryskind's musical, "Animal Crackers," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Robert Michael Baker, Frank Ferrante, Les Marsden, Jan Neuberger, Michael O'Sheen, Hal Robinson, John Scherer and Carol Swarbrick in the cast. Charles Repole was director. Michael Lichtefeld was choreographer. Keith Thompson was musical director. Michael Anania was scenic designer. F. Mitchell Dana was lighting designer. David Toser was costume designer.
  • (2016) Album: "The Art of Elegance".
  • (2005) Candide. Played Cunogonda. With Paul Groves, Patti LuPone, Sir Thomas Allen and the Westminster Symphonic Choir. Directed by Lonny Price.

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