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.