Kristin Chenoweth Signs With ICM Partners In Concerts (Exclusive)
The Tony winner will star in a live PBS special on Nov. 28
Kristin Chenoweth has signed with ICM Partners in concerts, The Hollywood Reporter and sister publication Billboard have exclusively learned. She continues to be repped by CAA for acting and WME in commercials.
Chenoweth will release the live album Coming Home on Nov. 17. She has been hosting the PBS Arts Fall Festival, and the network will air her live special Kristin Chenoweth: Coming Home on Nov. 28. She previously appeared on PBS' live Great Performances special Star-Spangled Spectacular: Bicentennial of our National Anthem in September.
Her concert highlights include soldout shows at Carnegie Hall, the Hollywood Bowl, Lincoln Center, the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Metropolitan Opera House. Internationally, Chenoweth made her U.K. debut at London's Royal Albert Hall in July and her Australian touring debut at the Sydney Opera House last year.
The Oklahoma native got her start on Broadway, where she became a Tony winner for playing Sally in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown in 1999 and was Tony-nominated for originating the role of Glinda in the musical smash Wicked five years later. Chenoweth will return to the Great White Way in February for the Roundabout Theatre Company's 20-week revival of On the Twentieth Century.
On Jan. 23, Chenoweth will pull double duty in cinemas, appearing opposite Jennifer Lopez in the Universal thriller The Boy Next Door and voicing a role in the Lucasfilm animated musical Strange Magic. Also in the can are romantic comedy Opposite Sex, indie teen drama Hard Sell and Disney Channel live-action telepic Descendants, in which she plays Maleficent. Chenoweth's previous film and TV credits include Pushing Daisies (for which she won an Emmy award), Glee (two Emmy nominations) and Rio 2.
This summer, Chenoweth was inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame, and she will receive her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year. Her discography includes four previous studio albums spanning genres from holiday to country. In 2009, her memoir A Little Bit Wicked debuted at No. 12 on The New York Times hardcover nonfiction best-seller list.