Tony and Emmy Award-winner, Kristin Chenoweth is best known for her iconic roles in Broadway’s Wicked, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, On the Twentieth Century and TV’s critically acclaimed comedy, Pushing Daisies. Chenoweth can also be seen in the upcoming Starz original series, American Gods and CBS’s Perfect Citizen. She is currently on tour with musical director and pianist, Michael Orland promoting her new album of American Songbook classics, The Art of Elegance, which made it’s debut at #1 on the Billboard Jazz charts. Chenoweth is also a humanitarian contributing her time to various charities including The Kristin Chenoweth Arts and Education Foundation and ASTEP. I got to chat with the songstress recently about her timeless new album, cooking recipes and the latest edition to her family, Thunder Pup!
Congratulations on The Art of Elegance reaching #1 on the Billboard Jazz charts. That’s quite an accomplishment! How does it feel?
In our previous interview, you mentioned choosing the songs for your new album “was hell.” With the sheer success of The Art of Elegenace I’m guessing the torment was well worth it?
And you’re currently on tour in support of the album. What can audiences expect to hear?
Last year, you starred as Velma Von Tussle in Hairspray Live. What was that experience like?
Being a proud puppy parent myself, I love seeing your baby, Thunder Pup on Instagram and Twitter. How is she doing?
After watching your cooking video on the “cheese, cracker & jelly situation” I decided to try it for myself. It was delicious! When can we expect the next installment of #CookingWithKC?
Please tell us about The Kristin Chenoweth Arts and Education Foundation and ASTEP.
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