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Tony Winner Idina Menzel’s Carnegie Hall Concert Rescheduled Due to Hurricane Sandy

Tony Winner Idina Menzel’s Carnegie Hall Concert Rescheduled Due to Hurricane Sandy
Idina Menzel
Idina Menzel is postponing her Carnegie Hall concert.

Idina Menzel’s concert at Carnegie Hall has been rescheduled due to the impending storm caused by Hurricane Sandy. The Tony winner’s sold-out solo show, which was originally scheduled for October 29, will now play the Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at the venerable concert hall on November 4 at 8PM.

"Frankenstorm has spoken," Menzel tweeted on October 28. "Only Sandy could keep me away from you! So sorry but excited to reschedule."

A Tony winner for creating the role of Elphaba in Wicked, Menzel’s theater credits include a Tony-nominated performance as Maureen in the original production of Rent and off-Broadway productions of The Wild Party and See What I Wanna See. Her film and TV credits include Glee, Enchanted and the movie version of Rent.

Tickets for Menzel’s October 29 performance will be honored at the new date.

Read a recent Broadway.com interview with the popular performer here and get a glimpse of her singing her signature song in concert below.

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