This is such a sweet story! Idina met with a young cancer survivor backstage at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall on Wednesday. After hearing that Amy would be singing Let It Go in memory of one of her friends, Idina suggested that they sing together. You can watch part of their meeting and duet above. You can read more here.
Idina debuted a new song, Child, at her first stop in Seoul, Korea! You can watch/listen above! There are more videos from her show in Korea on this channel. Her rendition of Let It Go was particularly adorable, as she incorporated some Korean. Idina then made her way to Japan for several dates. There aren’t many videos, but here’s one of her performing Let It Go in Osaka.
I haven’t been able to find a set list for her show in Korea, but this is the published setlist for her first show in Tokyo (which was sold out!):
1. Defying Gravity 2. Don’t Rain On My Parade 3. Brave 4. I Stand 5. The Wizard And I 6. River 7. Love for Sale / Roxanne 8. There’s No Business Like Show Business / Anything Goes / Everything’s Coming Up Roses 9. Still I Can’t Be Still 10. Creep 11. Take Me or Leave Me 12. No Day But Today 13. Always Starting Over 14. For Good 15. Let It Go
Idina Menzel attended the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas last night! Idina was a presenter and a nominee. Unfortunately, Idina’s “Let It Go” didn’t take home the award for Top Streaming Song, but Frozen did win the Top Soundtrack award!
Watch Idina present Mariah Carey’s performance:
You can watch Idina’s entire presentation for Mariah here, but it’s bad quality.
Idina Menzel has announced that she is reprising her role in If/Then for the first seven stops of the national tour! Idina will once again don Liz’s glasses and Beth’s blazers after the conclusion of her World Tour.
The tour will begin at the Buell Theatre in Denver, CO (October 13-25) and then head to Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA (November 3-8), the SHN Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco, CA (November 10-December 6), the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, CA (December 8-January 3, 2016), San Diego Civic Theatre in San Diego, CA (January 5-10, 2016), ASU Gammage in Tempe, AZ (January 12-17, 2016), and Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, CA (Jan. 19-24, 2016).
Afterwards, If/Then will continue on to other cities without Idina. You can check out all of the tour stops at IfThenMusical.com.
Check with each theater for specific ticket sale information.