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Kristin Chenoweth Eyes Road Trip

03:01 PM Wednesday 2/29/12 | |

The little lady with the big voice announces her first-ever tour, a 19-city adventure beginning in Seattle in early May.

What is Kristin Chenoweth planning for fans? Songs from her latest album, Some Lessons Learned, plus Broadway show tunes, including selections from “Wicked” and “Promises, Promises as well as a few numbres from “Glee.”

The tour begins at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre May 9 and wraps in Chenowith’s hometown of Broken Arrow, Okla., at the Performing Arts Center June 24. Stops along the way include Berkeley, Calif., at Zellerbach Auditorium May 11; Los Angeles at the Greek Theatre May 12; Denver’s Ellie Caulkins Opera House May 18; New York City at the City Center June 2; Chicago at Cadillac Palace Theatre June 16; Nashville’s Andrew Jackson Hall June 20 and Atlanta at Cobb Energy Centre June 22.

Ticket sales begin March 9. Visit Kristin-Chenoweth.com for more information.


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