If the Shoe Fits! Kristin Chenoweth Auctions Cut Wicked Costume Piece for Charity

News   If the Shoe Fits! Kristin Chenoweth Auctions Cut Wicked Costume Piece for Charity
 
A costume piece that was cut from the long-running musical Wicked is being auctioned at Charitybuzz.com for Maddie's Corner, the charity founded by Tony winner Kristin Chenoweth in honor of her Maltese, Maddie.

The size 5.5 shoe is a custom-made leather ankle boot with a medium blue heel (approximately 3.5 inches) and tip, and it is signed by Chenoweth.

The Tony winner wore the shoes during Wicked's San Francisco tryout and for the 2003 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The costume and shoes were cut from the show when it opened on Broadway.

Theatregoers and fans can bid on the item, which has an estimated value if $1,500, through Dec. 18 at 1 PM ET. Click here to bid on the item.

For more information on Maddie's Corner, visit MaddiesCorner.org.

Watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Performance, in which Chenoweth wears the shoes, below:

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