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Broadwayworld | Sutton Foster to Perform At Deer Valley Music Festival; Kristen Chenoweth Postponed

The Utah Symphony today announced Tony Award-winning singer Sutton Foster will take the stage at the Deer Valley Music Festival on Saturday, July 21 at 7:30 PM in a performance with the Utah Symphony led by Associate Conductor Conner Gray Covington. Kristin Chenoweth, who was originally scheduled to perform on this date, has postponed her performance to a yet-to-be-announced date in 2019. Tickets to the performance with Sutton Foster start at $54 and are on sale now. Tickets and lodging information are available by calling (801) 533-6683 or online at deervalleymusicfestival.org.
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billboard | Broadway & ‘Younger’ Star Sutton Foster to Release New Album in June: Exclusive

“Take Me to the World” is due out on June 1.

Two-time Tony winner and Younger star Sutton Foster will release her third album, Take Me to the World, on the Ghostlight Deluxe imprint of Ghostlight Records, the actress announced exclusively to Billboard. The album is available for pre-order April 20 (the same day as Foster’s nationally broadcast concert on PBS’ Live From Lincoln Center), and the album will be available on physical, digital and streaming formats June 1.
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Broadway.com | Sutton Foster, Leslie Odom Jr., Stephanie J. Block & Andrew Rannells’ Lincoln Center Concerts Set PBS Air Dates

Dates are set for the new series Live From Lincoln Center Presents—Stars in Concert, featuring a foursome of Broadway’s brightest stars: Sutton Foster, Leslie Odom Jr., Stephanie J. Block and Andrew Rannells. The Broadway vets will headline special performances as part of the new series. Each episode will air nationwide on PBS in four hour-long episodes on consecutive Fridays, starting with Sutton Foster (with special guest Jonathan Groff) on April 20, Leslie Odom Jr. on April 27, Stephanie J. Block on May 4 and concluding with Andrew Rannells on May 11. Stars in Concert was filmed over four nights at The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
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PHOTOS: Broadway.com | Gimme Gimme! Glam Portraits of Sutton Foster & More from the Thoroughly Modern Millie Reunion Concert

Only in New York! The cast of Thoroughly Modern Millie reunited for a concert to benefit the Actors Fund on February 12 at the Minskoff Theatre. Original stars Sutton Foster, Gavin Creel and more made the audiences swoon with the one-night-only performance of the Tony-winning musical. Broadway.com photographer Emilio Madrid-Kuser captured the company on their big night. Take a peek at the glam portraits, and view the entire gallery here!

EW | Sutton Foster returns to Thoroughly Modern Millie for 15th-anniversary reunion concert

Fifteen years after Thoroughly Modern Millie first took Broadway, she’s back in the Big Apple again.
Sutton Foster reprised her Tony-winning role in a reunion concert staging of the hit musical on Monday night, with proceeds benefitting The Actors Fund. She was joined by other members of the original Broadway cast, including Gavin Creel (Jimmy) and Harriet Harris (Mrs. Meers), along with Marc Kudisch, Francis Jue, Megan McGinnis, Anne Nathan, and Sheryl Lee Ralph. Original director Michael Mayer, choreographer Rob Ashford, and musical director Michael Rafter also returned for the reunion show, as did many members of the band playing on the Minskoff Theatre stage.
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Playbill | Look Back at Sutton Foster, Gavin Creel, and the Original Cast of Thoroughly Modern Millie

The 15th anniversary reunion concert of the 2002 Tony-winning musical Thoroughly Modern Millie reunites many of the original cast members from the Broadway production. The Actors Fund benefit event is presented February 12 at the Minskoff Theatre.
The 7:30 PM concert will star Tony Award winners Sutton Foster, Gavin Creel, and Harriet Harris, reprising their respective roles as Millie Dillmount, Jimmy Smith, and Mrs. Meers, alongside other original cast members including Marc Kudisch, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Francis Jue, and Anne L. Nathan. Megan McGinnis, who appeared in the original production as a replacement, will also take part.
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