"I have a tracheal infection but my rescheduled date will be announced," Chenoweth tweeted June 17, the night of her original Minneapolis engagement at the State Theatre. The Tony winner was also forced to cancel her June 16 Chicago concert at the Cadillac Palace Theatre and the June 20 engagement at Nashville's Andrew Jackson Hall.
Chenoweth's rescheduled performances follow:
June 26 Minneapolis, MN, at the State Theatre
June 28 Nashville, TN, at Andrew Jackson Hall
June 29 Chicago, IL, at the Cadillac Palace Theatre
As previously announced, Chenoweth's tour hits 19 cities, including her hometown of Broken Arrow, OK (June 24), where the mainstage at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center will be renamed in her honor.
On the concert tour, Chenoweth performs tunes from her latest album, "Some Lessons Learned," as well as songs heard on the Fox hit series "Glee" and in the Stephen Schwartz-musical Wicked (she originated the role of Galinda). Click here to read Playbill's highlights from her City Center engagement. Her album, "Some Lessons Learned," was produced in Nashville by Bob Ezrin. It features songs by Diane Warren, Desmond Child, Tom Douglas, Hillary Scott, Jodi Marr, Victoria Shaw, Dolly Parton, Eric Bazilian, Gary Burr and Shane McAnnally. Chenoweth herself contributed two songs, "What Would Dolly Do?," written in honor of her hero Dolly Parton; and "Mine to Love," about a woman who struggles with an emotionally unavailable man.
Chenoweth won the Tony Award in 1999 for her performance in You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown. She was nominated in 2004 for her performance in Wicked and has also been seen on Broadway in Steel Pier, Epic Proportions, The Apple Tree and Promises, Promises. The actress is also known for her film and television work and was recently seen in the ABC series "GCB." Visit her page at the Playbill Vault.