Mount Baker Theatre’s benefit concert, starring Kristin Chenoweth, brings a music-filled evening to audiences

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      While livestreamed concerts have sufficed for the past two years, we’re incredibly eager to attend a show in-person—the energy created by the crowd and performer is incomparable. If you’re looking to satiate your craving for live music, in Bellingham, Washington, boasts an impressive event lineup, which includes its 95th birthday celebration.

      At 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, Mount Baker Theatre presents .

      The memorable benefit concert provides the ideal excuse to get dressed up and dance the evening away with your friends. The exclusive one-night-only event is titled after Chenoweth’s latest album, which celebrates the iconic female artists who’ve changed the music industry—think Dolly Parton, Ariana Grande, Barbra Streisand, and Reba McEntire.

      Mount Baker Theatre is a nonprofit that’s dedicated to the performing arts. When purchasing tickets, folks are given the option to add a tax-deductible birthday gift that will benefit the venue.

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      “The multitalented Kristin Chenoweth is the perfect choice to help us celebrate our 95th anniversary,” shares Lelani Thomsen, marketing director at Mount Baker Theatre. “She’s a powerhouse Broadway star!  She sings, dances, and is an actress on many popular shows on television. She really represents the versatility of the types of shows we present at our theatre and is truly a class act.”

      Chenoweth is a classically trained coloratura soprano, which earned her several feature roles in popular Broadway musicals like Wicked and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Her flourishing career in music, voiceover, and acting has shaped her into a performer with a captivating stage presence.

      For those unable to attend Mount Baker Theatre’s 95th birthday party, there are plenty of other entertaining events worthy of a spot on your calendar.

      On April 29, the venue will host the hilarious parody Menopause the Musical, celebrating women and “the change”.

      Upcoming musical events include , , , the , and more.

      To purchase your tickets to see Kristin Chenoweth live, visit