Kristin on Watch What Happens Live – Clipd

Jul 26, 2014 • posted by Colleen | with No Comments | in News

The clips from Kristin on Watch What Happens Live can been found HERE

Kristin on “The View” – Clip

Jul 26, 2014 • posted by Colleen | with No Comments | in Videos

Happy Birthday Kristin!!

Jul 24, 2014 • posted by Colleen | with No Comments | in Uncategorized

Biggest Happy Birthday to Kristin! May the next year bring everything and more.

Kristin’s talk show appearances this week!

Jul 19, 2014 • posted by Colleen | with No Comments | in News

Kristin is set to be on 2 talk shows this week – Watch What Happens Live on 7/24 and The View on 7/25.

New Kristin interview with the BBC

Jul 13, 2014 • posted by Colleen | with No Comments | in News

New Kristin interview with Theater Mania

Jul 4, 2014 • posted by Colleen | with No Comments | in News

How does it feel to finally have the chance to do this concert in London?
I feel like it’s just a relief. This is like the third time’s the charm. Originally, what I was going to do last year was a four- or five-city tour, but I just said to my manager, “Time got away from me. You know, if a date opens up at Royal Albert Hall…,” since I hadn’t made it there yet in [a solo-concert] capacity. But the date became available, and I went for it.
And I’m excited to play the venue. It’s been one of my dreams as a singer. We all have bucket lists, and this is one of them for me. I just can’t wait to get over there to those audiences.

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Kristin attends 40th Annual Saturn Awards – Photos

Jun 30, 2014 • posted by Colleen | with No Comments | in Gallery


Kristin Chenoweth Online Gallery > Events > 2014 > 06-27: 40th Annual Saturn Awards

Kristin answers questions for the Jimmy Awards

Jun 30, 2014 • posted by Colleen | with No Comments | in News

From Abigail Noble, who won The Bobby G. Awards for her performance as Gertrude McFuzz in Seussical, to Kristin Chenoweth: “What do you base your characters on, and how do you make them unique? What tools do you use to portray your roles?”
Kristin Chenoweth: I always base a character in reality. Especially if it’s a big, over-the-top type of role. If any song or scene is portrayed by me, I need to know the root of who this person is. If I were playing a dental hygienist, I would go to my dentist’s office and meet the person. I would try to find qualities I can relate to and look for aspects of this person that make me different from that role or character. Best advice? Find your truth in whatever past you’re playing.

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