Kristin Chenoweth reveals all: Life as a runaway bride, her hidden Woodlands tie and being a Christian who won’t judge
It may seem that drama follows Kristin Chenoweth. On the day CultureMap spoke to the sassy blonde on the phone from Los Angeles, big commotion, sirens and chaos bellowed from her end of the cellphone line as she was passing by some sort of emergency scene.
But it’s all fiction for the Broadway queen-cum-country star-cum-opera diva. Theatrical on stage, cool and collected in real life, the petite gal on-the-go — literally as she’s in the midst of a 19-city concert tour — is a big deal across many genres within the entertainment industry.
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). [..]
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Tony Award winner Dick Latessa, Honorary Board Chair, brings together Broadway stars to help raise funds for Creative Alternatives of New York (CANY) which uses drama therapy to help New York’s most vulnerable children and adults.
This year’s 2013 Annual Gala, which celebrates 30 years of the CANY mission of creativity, community and change to rebuild lives, will be held on Monday, April 29, 2013 at the Edison Hotel Ballroom (240 West 47th Street). The 2013 Honorees are Tony Award winners Katie Finneran and Kathleen Marshall, and in memoriam, CANY Founding Chairperson, Janet L. Levy. [..]