New Year’s Eve Concert

New Year’s Eve Concert

Stuart Chafetzconductor
Megan Hiltyguest artist

“With the most adorable, quirky personality, her divalicious vocal gymnastics, and charming wit, Megan Hilty solidifies that she is that rare talent that can be great at anything.”
–Broadway World

Great music, New Year’s cheer, and special guests are always on tap with our New Year’s Eve Celebration. Ring in 2023 in style with your Phoenix Symphony and Broadway powerhouse Megan Hilty. This brilliant star of stage and screen brings her outstanding vocal range and sparkling sense of humor to our New Year’s Eve Celebration.

Best known as Ivy Lynn, in the NBC hit Smash, Megan Hilty wowed audiences with her portrayal of Glinda in Wicked, and originated the role of Doralee Rhodes in Broadway’s 9 to 5: The Musical. Megan received a Tony Award nomination for her performance as Brooke Ashton in the hit comedy, Noises Off. Most recently, she starred as Patsy Cline in Lifetime’s original movie Patsy & Loretta, earning a Critics Choice Award nomination for her performance.

About Megan Hilty

Megan Hilty is an American actor, singer and voice over artist. While she is probably most recognizable for her portrayal of Ivy Lynn in the NBC Musical Drama “Smash,” Hilty started her career on Broadway, playing Glinda in “Wicked,” originating the role of Doralee Rhodes in “9 to 5 The Musical,” and Brooke Ashton in “Noises Off,” which earned her a Tony Award Nomination. Other stage credits include Audrey in “Little Shop of Horrors” (Kennedy Center), Annie Oakley in “Annie Get Your Gun” and Lorelei Lee in “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” (Encores/NY City Center).

Her numerous television credits include playing the iconic Patsy Cline in “Patsy and Loretta,” “Sean Saves The World” with Sean Hayes, and Lily in NBC’s “Annie Live!” Megan’s voiceover work spans from audiobooks to kids animated favorites like “TrollsTopia” on Hulu, “TOTS” on Disney Jr, “Centaurworld” on Netflix, “Madagascar: A Little Wild” on Nickelodeon – and animated shows for adults like “Family Guy,” “Robot Chicken” and “Tuca & Bertie.”


Note: Programs, dates, times, and prices are subject to change.

Dec 31

Symphony Hall
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