It's been a busy few months for 2010 Tony Award nominee Christiane Noll. The singing actress, whose rendition of Ragtime's "Back to Before" was a highlight of this year's Tony broadcast, has been spending her summer traveling to some very remote and interesting locales, lending her clear, powerful soprano to concert and symphony halls across the globe.
This past weekend Noll, along with fellow Broadway folk Hugh Panaro and Capathia Jenkins, performed a program entitled "Night on Broadway" (or "Noc na Broadway") at the Český Krumlov International Music Festival in the Czech Republic. Randall Craig Fleicher led the Olomouc's Moravian Philharmonic in a performance held on the largest outdoor stage in the country.
Noll graciously agreed to take some snapshots on her "business trip" and share them with Playbill.com readers. Enjoy!
Noll's major theatrical credits include Urinetown, Mambo Kings, It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues, Jekyll & Hyde,Grease, Miss Saigon,City of Angels, South Pacific and Witches of Eastwick.
Her summer itinerary includes appearances in such cities as Atlanta, Cincinnati, Santa Fe and Beijing.