Tony Winner Menzel to Appear on the "Today Show"

News   Tony Winner Menzel to Appear on the "Today Show"
Tony Award winner Idina Menzel, last on Broadway in Wicked, will guest on the "Today Show" Jan. 29, according to the actress' official website.

Menzel is scheduled to perform on the morning news program the same day her newest solo recording, "I Stand," arrives in stores around the country.

The "Today Show" airs in the New York metropolitan area on WNBC-Channel 4 from 7-11 AM ET; check local listings.

Idina Menzel won a Tony Award for Leading Actress in a Musical for her work as Elphaba in Wicked; she also opened the London production of that hit musical. Menzel created the role of Maureen in the original Broadway company of Rent, and her other theatrical credits include the City Center Encores! production of Hair, the Manhattan Theatre Club The Wild Party, the Public Theater's See What I Wanna See and the benefit Funny Girl concert. Menzel's film credits include "Ask the Dust," "Rent" and "Enchanted."

Menzel will join Josh Groban for concert performances of Chess May 12 and 13 at London's Royal Albert Hall.

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