NEW YORK — “Glee” and “Wicked” star Kristin Chenoweth is returning to Broadway this fall for a series of concerts celebrating the history of the Great White Way in what she vows will be a different show each time because the songs will change every night.

“I’m going to do my best to represent our community,” she said Tuesday by phone, “and just as you can imagine, I’m going to try to do it all. So, if you would go ahead and start your prayers, that would be amazing.”

The Tony- and Emmy-winner will star in “My Love Letter to Broadway” from Nov. 2-13 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Music direction will be by Mary-Mitchell Campbell.

Chenoweth said she’s been putting the show together in her head for months – “actually it’s my whole life, if I’m being honest,” she said – and the title came easily. “Then there are no rules. I can sing pretty much anything because my favorite thing is Broadway. I have been raised on music by Rodgers and Hart, and Bernstein, Porter and Gershwin, but there’s also now ‘Hamilton’ and ‘Wicked.”‘

Chenoweth was speaking from her hometown of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, where she made a donation to the public school system’s music and arts programs, hoping to reverse fiscal cuts. Later, she was to host a master class at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center, mentoring 10 students from high school and college.

While she wouldn’t reveal her specific Broadway song lists, Chenoweth did say that “Popular,” her signature tune from “Wicked,” will be performed. “I’ve discovered if I don’t sing ‘Popular’ I could be shot, especially in the South,” she joked.

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