Tony Winner Lea Salonga to Sing National Anthem on FOX

News   Tony Winner Lea Salonga to Sing National Anthem on FOX
 
Tony Award winner Lea Salonga, who played the Cafe Carlyle in March, will be in San Diego to sing The National Anthem during the upcoming San Diego Padres baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies.

Lea Salonga
Lea Salonga

The game will be broadcast on FOX on Aug. 28, which is Filipino Cultural Night.

Salonga catapulted to international stage stardom when she was chosen to star as Kim in the 1989 London world premiere of Boublil and Schonberg's Miss Saigon, produced by Cameron Mackintosh. Only 17 at the time, Philippines native Salonga received critical acclaim and went on to win the Olivier Award as Best Actress in a Musical. In 1991 she reprised her performance on Broadway, again earning rave reviews and winning the Tony Award as Best Actress in a Musical, along with Best Actress honors from the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics' Circle. Salonga returned to Broadway in 2002, starring in the revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Flower Drum Song. She also made her solo debut at Carnegie Hall to a sold-out crowd and was most recently on Broadway as Fantine in the revival of Les Misérables.

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