Joseph Giunta, conducting
Des Moines Civic Center (221 Walnut Street, Des Moines)
In collaboration with Des Moines Performing Arts
With her dynamic voice and commanding stage presence, the two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster brings audiences around the world to their feet time and time again.
Sutton Foster has dazzled Broadway and beyond with her brilliant soprano voice. She starred and originated roles in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Young Frankenstein, The Drowsy Chaperone, Anything Goes, Little Women and Shrek the Musical. Her spellbinding performances have earned her two Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding Actress, three Outer Critics Circle Awards for Outstanding Actress and two Fred Astaire Awards for Best Female Dancer.
Heralded by The New York Times as “hypertalented” and an “inspired” performer, she has also appeared on television in shows including Bunheads, Psych, Law and Order SVU and more. Her concerts have taken her to the country’s most renowned stages including Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and The Kennedy Center, where her innovative performances and interpretations of the American Songbook have been described as “like no other.”
In this special one-night-only concert event, she will bring your favorites to life under the spell of her soaring voice and the full, rich sound of the Des Moines Symphony Orchestra. This is a can’t-miss evening of song that you will long remember!
JUST ANNOUNCED: Special appearances will be made by Broadway stars Megan McGinnis, who co-starred with Sutton Foster in Little Women, and Colin Donnell, co-star of Violet and Anything Goes!
Parking Notice: There are a lot of exciting events going on in downtown Des Moines this weekend. If you are coming to Sutton Foster in Concert please allow extra time for parking.