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Katharine McPhee to make Broadway entrance in ‘Waitress’

Her name is Katharine McPhee — she’ll be your server in “Waitress.”

McPhee, an thespian and thespian who played a museum carefree on the NBC series “Smash,” will make her Broadway entrance in the hit low-pitched on Apr 10.

McPhee — who’s famous for “American Idol” and her stream role in the TV show “Scorpion” as good as cocktail albums — assumes the lead role of Jenna.

The partial was originated in 2016 by Tony leader Jessie Mueller and played now by the musical’s composer Sara Bareilles.

Jessie Mueller’s star spin is baked to soundness in ‘Waitress’

Jessie Mueller as Jenna, an unhappily married waitress and ace cake baker, who'll be played by Katharine McPhee as of Apr 10. 

Jessie Mueller as Jenna, an unhappily married waitress and ace cake baker, who’ll be played by Katharine McPhee as of Apr 10. 

Based on the 2007 movie, “Waitress” follows Jenna as she slings crush at a parochial caf� and tries to bake her way out of a uneasy marriage.

McPhee will be in “Waitress” at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre by Jun 17.

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