TODAY Show (performance)
Sept 26, between 7 and 9am ET on NBC

AOL Build (Interview with @broadwaygirlNYC)
Sept 26, 3pm livestreamed here

Live! with Kelly (performance)
Sept 27, 9am ET on ABC (and syndicated)

Kathy Lee & Hoda (Interview)
Sept 27, 10am ET on NBC

Hairspray Live!
as Velma Von Tussle
Dec 7, 8/7 ET on NBC

An Evening with Kristin Chenoweth - Opening Night Encore Performance!
September 23 & 24, 8pm @ Mayo PAC, Morristown, NJ
Tickets on sale now: click here for tickets & more info.

An Intimate Evening with Kristin Chenoweth
October 1, 8pm @ Merrill Auditorium, Portland, ME
Tickets on sale now: click here for tickets & more info.

For more 2016/2017 tour dates, click here for our spotlight!

Masterclass with Kristin Chenoweth
September 6, time tba @ Broken Arrow PAC, Broken Arrow, OK
On-sale date tba click here for more info.

Celebrating Bernstein at 100: A Concert with Kristin Chenoweth & Friends
May 6 2017, 7:30pm @ Broken Arrow PAC, Broken Arrow, OK
On-sale date tba click here for more info.

  Hairspray Live! (Live TV musical)
  Velma Von Tussle
  Dec 7 at 8/7c on NBC
  official website

  Descendants 2
  pre-production, on the Disney Channel in 2107
  Part 1 now on the Disney Channel & amazon
(DVD & Instant Video); IMDB

  My Little Pony
  pre-production, in theaters 11/3 2017.
  voice of a new character

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Exclusive Interview with Kristin!

30 December 2015 by *Iris • comments 0
Exciting news!
A few days before Kristin I had the chance to chat with Kristin and do an interview exclusively for us!
We talked about the world premiere of I Am Anne Hutchinson, the expectations of Hollywood, her plans to return to Broadway soon (eep!) and much more.
CLICK HERE to read the interview.
Also, please feel free to share your thoughts here in the comments or on our social media!
"I love to look pretty, I love clothes and fashion and jewelry. I love hair and makeup and all that stuff but I also know that I cannot... defy age. I just can't. And in some ways I feel like in my forties I've been better than I've ever been. And I think when you start to get to that point you understand that looks are just part of it, really."
"I'm always looking to be inspired and frankly, I'm inspired a lot. I look around, I watch things on TV that inspire me, I listen to music that inspires me. I like stories."
" I think for me the next year will be really continuing to do these bigger halls, and then getting back on Broadway."

oklahoma! 60th anniversary

29 October 2015 by *Iris • comments 0
The classic Rodgers and Hammerstein movie Oklahoma! celebrates its 60th anniversary this year by releasing a remastered version of the film into select movie theaters nationwide. The screenings will include an exclusive performance by Kristin Chenoweth. Kristin sang some of the famous tunes from Oklahoma! at the New York Cabaret 54 Below in September, which was recorded for this special anniversary screening.

Watch the video of Kristin singing 'I Can't Say No' below to get a taste of what's in store:

Screenings start November 1st. To find out what theater near you will show Oklahoma! and when, visit

Dramatists Guild Fund Gala

29 October 2015 by *Iris • comments 0
This past Monday, Kristin Chenoweth performed at the annual Dramatists Guild Fund Gala, "Great Writers Thank Their Lucky Stars". She honored composer Stephen Schwartz with the solo rendition of For Good, which he accompanied on the piano. President of the DGF and Kristin's good friend Andrew Lippa conducted.

Exclusive! Kristin Chenoweth and Stephen Schwartz return to Oz with a touching performance of WICKED's "For Good" at the GREAT WRITERS THANK THEIR LUCKY STARS benefit

Posted by on Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The Peanuts Movie

29 October 2015 by *Iris • comments 0
Big movie news! It has been announced that Kristin Chenoweth lend her voice to one of the characters in The Peanuts Movie! USA Today reports Kristin is voicing the poodle Fifi, Snoopy's love interest.
While neither Snoopy nor Fifi actually speak human, they still have a very unique voice, as they have to convey their speeches in "conversation-like sounds".

Kristin says about the project:
"Fifi's a smart, spirited poodle and she has some great pink accessories," says Chenoweth. "She's a dog, but she has this feminine way about her while still being very much Snoopy's equal."
"The trick was to invent Fifi's language and make it emotional, without words. It was vocally challenging," says Chenoweth. "I used Snoopy as my guide and did a female version. And it gives a personality there."
"I really did this because it's something close to my heart," says Chenoweth. "I'll always remember my history with the family and Peanuts. It seemed like the right and most natural thing to do."
"There's some clear puppy love going on here," she says. "And Snoopy has always been kind of hot."
The movie will be in US theaters November 6, 2015, an will open in many theaters across the globe over the Christmas holidays!

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