What’s more, she didn’t mind calling out a couple of loud, rude audience members while doing it.
Strong voices prop up this musical based in the Tennessee city’s underground club scene in the 1950s, making it easy to see how it won the Tony Award for Best New Musical in 2010.
The Broadway smash turns up the fun and ad-libs in all the right places in this latest touring production.
The small-town Hoosier girl grew up singing in church, and her touring Broadway roles—from the Beast’s Belle to her new gig as Nessarose, already reveal her acting range.
During its first two runs in Indy, Wicked cast a spell on local audiences, sweeping in 120,000 people and $8.6 million. Those numbers got us interested in other figures from the hit musical, which returns to the Murat Theatre on Nov. 13.
The Broadway-show-penning duo behind hits such as Cabaret, Chicago, Curtains, and more elevated the genre—and five special stars did the same to their material.
This month, an actress returns home with her name in lights.