Kristin Chenoweth to Return to Carnegie Hall with The Evolution Of A Soprano, 5/3

On Saturday, May 3 at 730 p.m., Emmy- and Tony Award-winning actress and recording artist Kristin Chenoweth returns to Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage with an all-new program entitled The Evolution of a Soprano. Directed by Richard Jay-Alexander and featuring pianist and music director Mary-Mitchell Campbell, this newly created, one-night-only engagement showcases Ms. Chenoweth performing a varied evening of music that highlights her incredible range-from works influenced by her early operatic and classical training in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma to hit songs from her starring roles on Broadway and in film. In addition to popular hits and classical selections, Ms. Chenoweth will perform new works, standards, and even works popularized by amateur soprano Florence Foster Jenkins. This performance marks Ms. Chenoweth's first solo appearance at Carnegie Hall since her sold-out show in September 2004.
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Kristin Chenoweth salutes 'The Dames of Broadway'

She had a big Oscar night, as both a red-carpet host and an end-of-show performer, but Kristin Chenoweth had another major engagement right before that.

In mid-February, the Tony- and Emmy-winning singing and acting dynamo staged a one-woman program at New York's Lincoln Center, encompassing show tunes made famous by many female stars of the Great White Way. That performance now comes home nationally as PBS' "Live From Lincoln Center" broadcasts the "American Songbook" offering "Kristin Chenoweth: The Dames of Broadway ... All of 'Em!" Sunday, March 24 (check local listings).

"I'd been working pretty hard on it for a couple of months," the ever-spirited star tells Zap2it. "I'm just so glad that I got to do it and that people seemed to be satisfied with it." Indeed, in his review of that evening, Stephen Holden of The New York Times credited Chenoweth with displaying "the metallic radiance of a human sparkler.
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Bww TV: The Road to Standing Ovations V on Nov. 1 - Richard Jay & Ben's 'Rehearsal Teaser'

Welcome to another "sneak peek" of's new 'The Road to Standing Ovations V' video series, where we'll be showcasing the behind-the-scenes work that goes into producing our largest benefit ever for Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS yet! Here, director Richard Jay-Alexander, fresh off working with Barbra Streisand on her Village Vanguard performance, introduces you to the event's co-musical director Ben Toth as the two give a small tease about what fun awaits for audiences on November 1st at Town Hall.
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