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She won the Gracie Award and received a nomination at the 3rd Critics' Choice Television Awards for Best Actress in a Comedy Series.
This was part of a new tour effort An Evening With Sutton Foster: Broadway In Concert, which continued through 2016. in July 2015 to play Queenie in Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party.
However, leading lady Kristin Chenoweth backed out, and after Erin Dilly turned down the job, Foster eventually took over the role of Millie Dilmount.
During a Millie hiatus, Foster appeared in Dorian at Goodspeed Musicals, The Three Musketeers at the American Musical Theatre of San Jose, and South Pacific at the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera.
Her brother, Hunter is writing the music for this musical.
Foster made her Off-Broadway debut in Paul Weitz's comedy Trust with Zach Braff, Bobby Cannavale and Ari Graynor which began previews July 23, 2010 with an official opening August 12, running through September 12, 2010 at Second Stage Theatre.
Thoroughly Modern Millie finally opened on Broadway at the Marquis Theatre in 2002, to many positive reviews.
The New York Daily News reviewer described her thus: "newcomer Sutton Foster, who has the pert look, the silver voice and the dazzling legwork to make an extraordinarily winning Millie." Clive Barnes, reviewing for the New York Post wrote "Newcomer Sutton Foster's own star turn as Millie is perfectly charming, but as a star she doesn't twinkle, glitter or light up Broadway like a Christmas tree defying a July noon.
She is known for her work on the Broadway stage, for which she has received two Tony Awards for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, in 2002 for her role as Millie Dillmount in Thoroughly Modern Millie, and in 2011 for her performance as Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes.
Foster taught a week-long master class session at Ball State University (Muncie, IN) in January 2010.
She continued her relationship with Ball State in September 2010 by working with students in the classroom, teaching master classes, and performing workshops for students of the Department of Theatre and Dance.
Foster played the lead role in the short-lived 2012 ABC Family drama Bunheads developed by Amy Sherman-Palladino, the creator of Gilmore Girls.
She played former Las Vegas showgirl Michelle, who impulsively marries a man, moves to his small town, and begins teaching ballet lessons at her new mother-in-law's dance studio.
The newcomer takes the big stage with an uninhibited what-the-heck comfort level and the discipline to go with her instincts." Time Magazine wrote: "she's [Sutton Foster] got the full package: girlish gawkiness and Broadway brass, the legs and the lungs.