From The Apple Tree.
Kristin Chenoweth reminisces about her move from Oklahoma to Manhattan and how she was discovered after an all-day wait for an audition; tells how she was cast as Patty in the revival of You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, but ultimately won a Tony as Sally; charts the evolution of her role as Glinda in Wicked; explains why she was drawn to The Apple Tree and what she hopes she’s achieved with her multiple roles; describes how she constructed the song list for her solo concert debut at the Metropolitan Opera — including what she had to leave out; and shares her thoughts about her upcoming Met Opera debut in The Ghosts Of Versailles.
Original airdate – February 23, 2007.
Running time – 53:12.
For more information, to listen online, or to download the episode go to Downstage Center’s Kristin Chenoweth program page.
You can also download directly the Kristin Chenoweth program (mp3).
Posted on Monday, February 26th, 2007 at 10:46 am
by American Theatre Wing
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