Kristin Chenoweth: For the Girls Broadway

Kristin Chenoweth will return to the Broadway stage in a live concert celebrating the release of her new album For the Girls (Concord Records, produced by Steve Tyrell), with Music Direction by Mary-Mitchell Campbell, Directed by Richard Jay-Alexander and Presented by James L. Nederlander.



Chenoweth will bring her powerhouse voice and her emotionally charged interpretations as she performs a series of classic hits from her new album, FOR THE GIRLS. She will wow the audience with songs such as "The Way We Were," "When I Fall in Love," and "The Man That Got Away" from the beloved artists Barbra Streisand, Dolly Parton and Judy Garland. This must-see performance acts as her personal tribute to music's most passionate women, who have influenced her into becoming the accomplished Broadway star she is today.

Schedule

Friday, November 8: 8:00 pm

Saturday, November 9: 2:00 pm & 8:00 pm

Sunday, November 10: 7:00 pm

Friday, November 15: 8:00 pm

Saturday, November 16: 2:00 pm & 8:00 pm

Sunday, November 17: 7:00 pm

Nederlander Theatre

(New York, NY)
208 W. 41st St.
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by BWW News Desk - September 17, 2019
Kristin Chenoweth will return to the Broadway stage in a live concert celebrating the release of her new album FOR THE GIRLS (Concord Records, produced by Steve Tyrell), with Music Direction by Mary-Mitchell Campbell, Directed by Richard Jay-Alexander and Presented by James L. Nederlander. The limited engagement begins November 8, 2019 at the Nederlander Theatre and will run through November 17, 2019 (8 performances only). Kristin has made her voice heard on the Broadway stage, earning herself a Tony Award for her performance in YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN. However, it was her show-stopping performance in WICKED as Glinda that kickstarted her killer career on Broadway. Kristin has continued to engage her audiences with her astonishing vocals and irresistible charm, having been described, a?oeshe's like a singing ray of sunshine,a?? by New York Times critic Charles Isherwood, following her most recent performance in MY LOVE LETTER TO BROADWAY.