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Furman Students Sing on Broadway with Kristin Chenoweth

A Broadway debut as a college student is what dreams are made of, but 16 Furman Singers got the chance to perform with Kristin Chenoweth Nov. 12 in her one-woman show, My Love Letter to Broadway. Furman alum Mary-Mitchell Campbell (Class of 1996) paved the way for the Singers, who traveled to New York City with director Hugh Ferguson Floyd, President Elizabeth Davis and first gentleman Charles Davis. Jennifer Martin of WSPA’s Scene on Seven captured the thrill of the moment.

 

Cover photography by Nanette Melville.

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