Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.
The Phantom of Windsor Castle:
Original Phantom of the Opera star Michael Crawford was recognized by the Queen at an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle March 7, according to the BBC. The Tony winner was made a CBE (that’s Commander of the Order of the British Empire, in case you were wondering), for his work supporting a wide range of charities.
Kristin Chenoweth to Play London:
U.K. fans are going to get to see Broadway favorite Kristin Chenoweth! The Tony and Emmy winner will play a one-night-only concert, An Evening with Kristin Chenoweth, at the historic Royal Albert Hall on July 12. The star will take fans on a ride of laughter, heartbreak and thrills with an array of her most memorable songs and Broadway show tunes, including music from Wicked, Glee and Promises, Promises.
Acrobat-Actor Orion Griffiths' Inspirational Return Journey to Pippin After Injury:
Trust us, the CBS This Morning video below is worth watching. It's an inspirational story to take us into the weekend. Pippin’s Orion Griffiths suffered a serious back injury and managed to make a remarkable recovery using his sister as a role model.