More Highlights: Sutton Foster Gets a Little Help From Her Friends at Carnegie Hall Debut

More Highlights: Sutton Foster Gets a Little Help From Her Friends at Carnegie Hall Debut

Two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster made her Carnegie Hall debut on March 13 when she took the stage with the New York Pops and music director and conductor Steven Reineke. Foster sang a variety of tunes ranging the musical spectrum from John Denver to Stephen Sondheim. She also had a little help from her friends — Joshua Henry (they performed together in Violet) and Megan McGinnis (they shared the stage in Little Women) joined her for some tunes and a bit of tap dancing to boot! See Part One of highlights featuring songs from Gypsy, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Anything Goes.

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