Sara Bareilles Going Broadway With Lead 'Waitress' Role

02-17-2017
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Sara Bareilles

(Radio.com) Sara Bareilles is getting ready to put on her apron and make some pie. The singer-songwriter will make her Broadway acting debut when she joins the cast of Waitress as the lead role Jenna.

Bareilles will only be taking over the lead for a limited run. Beginning on March 31st, she'll perform for ten weeks. She shared the news on Facebook, writing, "Sugar, Butter, BROADWAY! I am thrilled to be joining the cast of Waitress the Musical."

She also shared a video backstage at the theater while wearing Jenna's blue Waitress uniform for the announcement. "I have my Jenna name tag on, I'm learning my lines, and I am getting ready to share this beautiful story with you, as a different kind of storyteller this time," she told fans. Read more here.

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