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
  Maleficent
  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
  IMDB





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Quotes


  • On being four feet, eleven inches tall: "I used to want to be tall, and then I thought, 'If I were tall, then people would say I was pretty and not cute.' And then I realized that there are worse things than being called cute. They could say I was a bitch, which would be terrible in my book. So I've decided that this height ain't so bad."

  • On accepting her 1999 Tony Award, when she had to quickly change out of costume as her award was presented immediately following a musical number she performed in: "I've never changed my clothes so fast in my life."

  • On being a Christian:
    "I am a Christian and I don't want there to be any confusion about what I believe or who I am. I don't believe gay people are going to hell. I believe that judgement is left to the one upstairs and I believe Jesus is all about love. If I can live my life even just a smidgen the way God made his son for us as an example, I'm happy. I do not judge other people for what they believe, but for me, this is what works."

    "I'm a very controversial figure in the Christian world. I don't believe if you're gay or you have a drink or you dance you're going to hell. I don't think that's the kind of God we have. The Pat Robertsons and Jerry Falwells of the world are scary. I want to be a Christian like Christ - loving and accepting of other people."

    "When I was promoting 'As I Am' last year, I went on 'The 700 Club.' I wasn't thinking about what it represents. I guess I was living in a little bit of a bubble, and I was surprised that it upset so many people. If I had it to do over again, I wouldn't go, because I don't agree with that anti-gay stuff. I don't understand what the big deal is with gay marriage. Get over it, people. What if it was a sin to be short? Well, I guess it is in the Miss Oklahoma pageant."


  • On Aaron Sorkin's character Harriet Hayes in Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip: "I said O.K. I was happy to give him that gift. And I watch every week because I'm supportive of Aaron; whether we're together or not, I love him always. I think it's a genius show. But...it is weird when I see her behaving in ways that are different from me. I'm really not that judgemental girl. But you have to let artists go where they go."

  • "I think everybody in their career needs to play a lesbian once- even if you're a man!" - OUT Magazine

  • "This business is very challenging--you must get used to rejection no matter what level you are at. Not everyone is going to like what you do or what you have to offer; however, if you can't see yourself doing anything else, and you have the drive and ambition, get the training and go for it. Because there is nothing more rewarding."