Watch: Tony Nominee Kristin Chenoweth Talks About Her Career, Broadway and More!

Though she’s appeared in film and on television, most would associate Kristin Chenoweth with her extraordinary Broadway career.

Last month, Chenoweth sat with Broadway World Lead Correspondent Richard Ridge for a conversation presented by the Screen Actors Guild Foundation and The New School for Drama to talk about her current musical On the Twentieth Century and how she has managed her nearly twenty-year career on Broadway. Chenoweth received her second nomination for Best Actress in a Musical for On the Twentieth Century after winning a Tony for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for 1999’s You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

Check out Chenoweth’s conversation below before this Sunday’s Tony Awa

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