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Throwback Thursday with Kristin Chenoweth

September 24, 2015

Kristin Chenoweth, one of Broadway’s brightest stars, is headed to Belk Theater this January! The petite blond starlet has had a long and successful career on Broadway, as well as in film, television and music. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and check out just a few highlights from throughout Kristin’s career!

Kristin Chenoweth made her Broadway debut in Steel Pier in 1997. Photo from Playbill.com.

She won a Tony Award for her performance as Sally Brown in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown in 1999. Photo from Playbill.com.

In 2003, Kristin originated the role of Glinda the Good Witch in the Broadway blockbuster Wicked. Photo by Joan Marcus.

She starred opposite Nicole Kidman in 2005’s “Bewitched,” in a role Kidman had written specifically for her. Photo from Hotflick.net.

She won an Emmy for her role in ABC’s “Pushing Daisies” in 2009. Rumors swirl that the short-lived show could return as a Broadway musical. Photo from Variety.com.

Kristin returned to Broadway in 2010 opposite Sean Hayes in Promises, Promises. Photo from Amazon.com.

Fox’s “Glee” welcomed Kristin in a critically-acclaimed performance throughout the show from 2009 to 2014. Photo from Popsugar.tv.

Kristin ventured into country pop music with the release of “Some Lessons Learned” in 2011. The album featured songs written by Chenoweth, Dolly Parton and Diane Warren. Photo from Amazon.com.

She starred opposite Jennifer Lopez in the recent thriller “The Boy Next Door.” Photo by Suzanne Hanover.

Playing a temperamental old-Holloywood actress, Kristin returned to Broadway earlier this year in On the Twentieth Century. Photo by Joan Marcus.

Kristin brought her bright and bubbly personality when she hosted the 2015 Tony Awards with Alan Cumming. Photo from TonyAwards.com.


Chenoweth released her latest album, “Coming Home,” last November. The CD is a live recording of her homecoming concert at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center in her hometown of Broken Arrow, OK. Check out her performance of “Maybe This Time” above.

A night that any self-proclaimed Broadway fan shouldn’t miss, Kristin Chenoweth performs for one night only at Belk Theater at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center Sunday, Jan. 31. Get tickets now.

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