Michelle Williams Destined for Chicago on Broadway
Williams first took on Roxie Hart last year, playing the role to critical and popular acclaim in London’s West End production of CHICAGO at the Cambridge Theatre. Her limited engagement proved so successful that it was extended an additional three weeks by popular demand.
Singer-songwriter-performer Michelle Williams rose to international renown after joining Destiny's Child, the top-selling female group of all time, in 2000. As a member of Destiny's Child, Michelle received three Grammy Awards and performed on several #1 hit singles by the group.
Following the success of Destiny’s Child, Williams became the first member of the group to release a solo record. Her 2002 solo debut album – the gospel-infused Heart To Yours – entered the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart at #1, peaked at #3 on the Top Contemporary Christian Albums chart and became the year's top-selling Gospel album.
Michelle made her television acting debut in February 2006 on the UPN comedy series, “Half & Half.” Williams made her Broadway stage debut in 2003, replacing R&B icon Toni Braxton in the title role of Disney’s Aida. In April 2007, she joined the national touring company of the hit musical
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