Idina Menzel to play with Symphony

January 5, 2011
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Just a few blog posts ago I reported that former Broadway Elphaba Nicole Parker will be in Bloomington next month for the world premiere of a new musical she's co-written.

Now comes word from the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra that original Elpheba Idina Menzel will be performing a one-night only concert with the big, big band at Hilbert Circle Theatre.

Menzel, whose popularity has expanded thanks to appearances on TV's "Glee," will be taking the stage on March 2. The actress/singer also appeared in "Rent," "Aida," "The Wild Party" and the recent PBS broadcast of a concert version of "Chess" (We'll try to forget that last one).

Don't rush to the phones yet--tickets don't go on sale until Monday the 10th.

Your thoughts?

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  • Amazing
    I've seen her perform on this symphony tour three times already. It's absolutely amazing. Prepare to be blown away, and you do NOT need to be a Broadway aficionado to enjoy her show!
  • Question
    Where can I buy tickets?
  • tickets
    Jillian,
    Call the ISO box office or check www.indianapolissymphony.org on Monday morning
  • We've got ours!
    I just went and bought tickets as I'm a season subscriber and can get tickets early! Tickets are anywhere from $40 to $80. Great! I think we may have picked the right year to subscribe to the ISO.

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