Directed by Richard Jay-Alexander
Musical Direction by Mary Mitchell-Campbell
Also Featuring Constantine Germanacos, Will Taylor & Jennifer Diamond
Sydney Opera House - Concert Hall
Monday 17 June - 8pm
Kristin Chenoweth in Concert has been sold out for weeks, including all standing room seats and now due to overwhelming demand, new restricted view tickets have been released, including special price tickets for students.
New restricted view tickets and a student special just released!
Kristin Chenoweth, featuring Constantine Germanacos, Will Taylor & Jennifer Diamond, will cast a spell over Sydney Opera House audiences on Monday, 17 June.
Student tickets will now be available at a special price of $25. Growing up in New York, Kristin Chenoweth use to line up backstage to receive special priced tickets, and now she is hoping to give students the same opportunity.
Restricted view tickets and student tickets have a side to rear view of the stage; patrons will be unable to see the entire video screen behind the performance. Student tickets are only available at the box office upon presentation of a student card or an actors’ equity card.
"It wasn't so long ago that I was a student myself & my finances were tight, said Kristin Chenoweth. “So I wanted offer students the opportunity to see my show. Who knows, one of these students could be on the stage one day."
She’s won hearts, an Emmy® and a Tony® for her appearances on television with Glee, Pushing Daisies, The West Wing, on stage with WICKED, Promises Promises, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. Chenoweth will cast a spell over Sydney Opera House audiences this June.
Performing with an 11 piece band, Kristin Chenoweth will cast a spell over Sydney Opera House audiences this June with material from her celebrated albums and music from the shows that have made her one of the most revered musical theatre performers of her generation.
From the opening number Should I Be Sweet, to the ribald political incorrectness of an Avenue Q sketch to the poignant piano-and-voice prayer of Bring Him Home and dramatic ballads from Les Miserables, the set list was as broad as the singer's own dynamic vocal range.
When Chenoweth walked out, she was greeted with a rapturous applause and over the next 2 hours, she delighted and entertained the full house.
8 pm Monday 17 June 2013
Sydney Opera House
Restricted View tickets: $50, Student Only Special: $25
(Available only from the box office directly upon presentation of a student or actors equity card)
Bookings at www.sydneyoperahouse.com / 02 9250 7777 and www.ticketmaster.com.au