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Emmy and Tony Award-winner Kristin Chenoweth brings it home - to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, that is - to perform music from her career. With a classically trained voice set off by a gift for acting and comedy, Chenoweth appears at a state-of-the-art theater that now bears her name, performing Broadway, television and film songs like "Popular" and "For Good" from Wicked, songs from her acclaimed performances on "Glee" and music from Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera and many more. Backed by a 13-piece orchestra led by musical director Mary-Mitchell Campbell, Chenoweth welcomes song and dance friends from Broadway in a program sure to be unforgettable.
In November 2007, James Taylor and Carole King, joined by the same Los Angeles band that played with James and Carole when they first appeared at the Troubadour in 1971, re-united for six shows to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the legendary Los Angeles club. James, Carole and the band who became The Section - Danny Kortchmar, Lee Sklar and Russ Kunkel - together performed a remarkable set of songs. Peter Asher, who was deeply involved in the original 1971 show,produced the recordings of the six-show reunion. Martyn Atkins directed the filming with a nimble crew to capture what has become a much-anticipated and historic program. The 2010 Carole King-James Taylor Troubadour Reunion Tour is becoming one of the biggest tours of the year. The program being presented by PBS is an entire concert from the extraordinary 2007 Troubadour Reunion that brought them all together again.
The 1960s was a time of innocence, young love, angst, and heartbreak. Nobody shows this better than the female artists and groups of this era. This special brings together rare footage and original performances from the early and mid 1960s. Hosted by "Supreme" Mary Wilson, this special includes clips from vaults including American Bandstand, Where the Action Is, Shindig! and more.