Idina Performs in Dallas

Idina Menzel performed at Vogel Alcove’s 24th Annual Arts Performance Event in Dallas, TX yesterday. Vogel Alcove is a nonprofit childcare center in Dallas, TX for homeless children ages six weeks to five years old.

Idina performed a bunch of her songs, including Let It Go, Defying Gravity, Brave, Love For Sale/Roxanne, Creep, and Always Starting Over. Check out more videos after the jump, thanks to Colleen!
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New TV Appearances!

Things have been quiet, but we have some exciting news! Idina will appear on The Ellen Show on April 30 and the Late Late Show with James Corden on May 1, so set your DVRs!

New Layout + Welcome Heather!

We have a new temporary layout at Idina-Here! Some things don’t look pretty, but a change was necessary. The main site is now 100% mobile friendly. New design will come soon, apologies for any weird formatting happening until then.

Annnd, you’ve all probably noticed already since this happened over a month ago, we have a new webmaster! Her name is Heather, has been a fan for several years and we’re very happy to have her on board. She has been doing a great job all around the site and social networks for a while, I just didn’t want to leave her without a proper welcome.
Welcome Heather!

Idina in The Big Issue!

The Big Issue, a UK magazine, featured an exclusive interview with Idina Menzel. Idina’s alter-ego, Elsa, was featured on the cover. Here’s an excerpt:

New York also seems to have caught Frozen fever. The city is just emerging from a long, hard winter as The Big Issue shares a taxi with Menzel, on her way to the Richard Rodgers Theatre on West 46th Street.

“The cold really bothers me,” Menzel says. “I have to sing and I can’t get sick so when I get sick it’s not fun.”

Before she was Elsa, Queen of Arendelle, Menzel, 43, was Queen of Broadway. In the mid-1990s she starred in the original production of Rent, before donning green face paint and winning a Tony Award for playing Elphaba, the misunderstood Witch of the West in Wicked. Her latest show If/Then, in which she plays a new divorcee looking for a fresh start, is in its final week after a year of sold-out performances.

“It’s bitter sweet,” she says as the taxi pulls up. “It has been the most rewarding and most exhausting experience. When I’m gone from the theatre too long I really start to miss it. I like the consistency in an industry where it’s so ephemeral. It’s nice to know you have a place to go every day and do your job as an artist. But I’m ready for a break.”

You can read the entire interview at BigIssue.com.

Idina Jogs In LA

Idina Menzel was photographed jogging with a friend in Los Angeles on Saturday. Guess she’s staying in shape ahead of the World Tour!

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