Who Would You Like to See In a One-Person Show on Broadway? Playbill Readers Pick Their Favorites

By Michael Gioia
14 Aug 2012

Kristin Chenoweth

Katie M. Bottner: "Kristin Chenoweth… No need to explain why." Chenoweth, who took home a Tony Award for her performance in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, is a Broadway favorite. Besides her soaring soprano and her bubbly energy, the actress loves to interact with her fans (visit her Twitter page). In a one-woman show featuring Chenoweth, audiences would receive the perfect balance of song, dance and comic one-liners. The actress also knows how to take things down with a tender moment — check out "Fathers and Daughters" from her "Some Lessons Learned" album. (There is, in fact, some talk that her recent concert may actually play Broadway one day! For now, she's recovering from injuries she received on the set of "The Good Wife.")