KRISTIN CHENOWETH – NEW YEAR’S EVE – DEC. 31
Tony and Emmy award-winning Kristin Chenoweth (Glee, Pushing Daisies, Wicked) lights up The Eccles Center with an unforgettable New Year’s Eve show. A dazzling soprano and consummate entertainer, Chenoweth commands the stage, delivering a celebration bursting with song, dance and witty repartee. The “Evening with Kristin Chenoweth” begins at 8 p.m. on Monday, December 31, 2012.
The Broadway, film and television star has a knack for delivering a show that seamlessly traverses musical genres. Opera-trained, Chenoweth draws from her extensive Broadway repertoire, her latest country-tinged album (Some Lessons Learned) – and virtually any genre in between. She sings. She dances. She enchants.
“Not only is Chenoweth stunningly talented – her flawless soprano voice glides easily between low-register growl…to some seemingly impossible note above C – she is funny, self-deprecating, generous and a good sport,” writes the Dallas Morning News.
Best known for her starring role as Glinda the Good Witch in Broadway’s Wicked, the petite Chenoweth has become a prolific star on the stage and screen. Her television roles have ranged from Glee and Pushing Daisies to The West Wing andGCB; this fall, she has reoccurring role on the CBS hit drama The Good Wife and she’s slated to co-host the American Country Music Awards. Her on-stage roles have ranged from a Tony-winning performance in You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown to Promises, Promises; and her film appearances span the cinematographic spectrum, from Bewitched to Running with Scissors. As a solo performer, she sold out Carnegie Hall as well as the Metropolitan Opera House – and she’s collaborated with symphonies around the country. Outside the spotlight, she’s recorded four albums and written a candid, uplifting book, “A Little Bit Wicked.”
“New Year’s Eve is the ideal time for a community to come together to experience the magic of live performance – in this case, a wickedly entertaining show from one of Broadway’s best,” says PCPAF executive director Teri Orr. “There has to be a wow-factor for New Year’s and Ms. Chenoweth has just that. She’s an incredible talent and we’re lucky to have her in our line-up. Let the revelry begin.”
Show starts at 8:00 p.m.
To purchase tickets online, click here.
Ticket Prices by Section:
Platinum Section – $160 *
Gold Section – $120
Silver Section – $85
Bronze Section – $65
Copper Section – $30
This very special evening is presented as a fundraiser for The Park City Performing Arts Foundation, a local non-profit organization since 1998. As such punch passes, season passes, or any regular Main Stage Season ticket vouchers are not redeemable for this performance.
The following discounts are available for phone & box office sales:
• Seniors 62 and over 20% off all tickets
• Children 16 and under half price
Please note there is never a ticketing fee or surcharge.
*All Platinum Section tickets include Reception Passes offering admittance to the official performance reception and after-party. Eccles Center Main Stage Receptions are held at a gallery, restaurant or other location in Park City near the Eccles Center Theater; as reception locations change for each performance, guests are given passes indicating the reception location with their tickets on the night of the performance.
Box office is open Monday through Friday 10am to 5pm. Call 435 655-3114 or walk up to Eccles Center, 1750 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT. Day of Show: Box office opens at noon.