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Renée Fleming VOICES: Patina Miller

Saturday, April 27, 2019 7:30 PM

Renée Fleming VOICES

Patina Miller’s star power transcends the divide between Hollywood and Broadway. On stage, she won the Tony Award® for Best Actress in a Musical for Pippin. On screen, she’s wowed with recurring roles in The Hunger Games and TV’s Madam Secretary.

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Patina Miller’s star power transcends the divide between Hollywood and Broadway. On stage, she won the Tony Award® for Best Actress in a Musical for the 2013 revival of Pippin, and was an Olivier Award nominee for the original West End production of Sister Act. On screen, she’s wowed with recurring roles in The Hunger Games and TV’s Madam Secretary. Patina was last seen at the Kennedy Center headlining her own concert as part of our Barbara Cook’s Spotlight series; she now returns to the Terrace Theater for more show-stopping music. 

Renée Fleming says:
“The word 'powerhouse' is often used to describe performers, but Patina is a case where it really applies. She lit up Broadway stages in the lead role of the 2011 musical Sister Act, but the first time I heard her was in her Tony Award®-winning performance as the Leading Player in the 2013 Broadway revival of Pippin. In a role traditionally performed by a man, Patina’s thrilling voice and powerful stage presence made a huge impression on me. She has branched out to television and film stardom with roles in Madame Secretary and The Hunger Games, but I can’t wait for audiences to experience her voice and energy in live performance at the Terrace Theater.”