Tony-winning Chenoweth will sing in Park City
Tony and Emmy award-winning singer Kristin Chenoweth will light up The Eccles Center for the Performing Arts with an unforgettable performance that will usher in the new year.
A dazzling soprano and consummate entertainer, Chenoweth commands the stage, delivering a celebration bursting with song, dance and witty repartee. The "Evening with Kristin Chenoweth" begins at 8 p.m. on Monday, December 31.
The show is sold out.
Best known for her starring role as Glinda the Good Witch in Broadway’s "Wicked," Chenoweth has become a prolific star on the stage and screen.
Her television roles have ranged from "Glee" and "Pushing Daisies" to "The West Wing" and "GCB", this fall.
She has recurring role on the CBS hit drama "The Good Wife" and recently cohosted the American Country Music Awards with Trace Adkins.
Her on-stage roles have ranged from a Tony-winning performance in "You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown" to "Promises, Promises." Her film appearances span the cinematographic spectrum, from "Bewitched" to "Running with Scissors."
As a solo performer, she sold out Carnegie Hall as well as the Metropolitan Opera House and she’s collaborated with symphonies around the country. Outside the spotlight, she’s recorded four albums and written a candid, uplifting book, "A Little Bit Wicked."
"New Year’s Eve is the ideal time for a community to come together to experience the magic of live performance in this case, a wickedly entertaining show from one of Broadway’s best," said PCPAF executive director Teri Orr. "There has to be a wow-factor for New Year’s and Ms. Chenoweth has just that. She’s an incredible talent and we’re lucky to have her in our line-up. Let the revelry begin."
Kirstin Chenoweth will perform at the Eccles Center for the Performing Arts, 1750 Kearns Blvd., on Tuesday, Dec. 31, at 8 p.m. The show is sold out. For more information, visit http://www.ecclescenter.org.
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