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Sutton Foster Will Make Carnegie Hall Solo Debut

Foster takes the stage on March 13 with a few famous costars.

Sutton Foster will make her Carnegie Hall solo debut on March 13.
Sutton Foster will make her Carnegie Hall solo debut on March 13.
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Sutton Foster will make her solo debut at Carnegie Hall on March 13, in a concert with the New York Pops under the baton of conductor Steven Reineke.

"I am so thrilled to work with an actress who truly defines the meaning of triple threat – not only is Sutton an incredible singer; she’s also an incredible actress, and one heck of a dancer," said Music Director Steven Reineke. "She is so exciting to watch and listen to, and I know that she and the great New York Pops will blow us all away."

Foster's concert will also feature Joshua Henry, her costar from the recent Broadway revival of Violet, and Megan McGinnis, who appeared alongside Foster in Broadway's Little Women. The concert will feature tunes from both musicals, as well as numbers from Anything Goes, for which Foster won her second Tony Award, and more.

Foster's many Broadway credits also include The Drowsy Chaperone, Young Frankenstein, Shrek The Musical, and Thoroughly Modern Millie. She stars in the television shows Bunheads and Younger. She and Henry will star in the Encores! Off-Center production of The Wild Party this summer.

For tickets to see Sutton Foster at Carnegie Hall, click here.