New York University
Began her first world tour, including performances in South Korea, Japan, and The Philippines, her first live dates in Asia.
Released the holiday album Holiday Wishes, including a new song co-written by Menzel, "December Prayer."
Performed "Let It Go" at the 86th Academy Awards; introducing her, John Travolta mispronounced her name as "Adele Dazeem," creating a social media meme.
Voiced the lead role of Elsa in the Disney film "Frozen," including the smash hit single "Let It Go."
Released album Live: Barefoot at the Symphony
Made recurring guest appearance on "Glee" (Fox) as Shelby Corcoran, the mother of Lea Michele's Rachel
Cast alongside Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey in the part live-action, part animated feature "Enchanted"
Co-starred with Colin Farrell in Robert Towne directed adaptation of John Fante's Depression Era novel "Ask the Dust"
Cast in indie film "The Tollbooth" alongside Marla Sokoloff, Liz Stauber, and Tovah Feldshuh
Reprised role of Maureen Johnson for big-screen adaptation of Jonathan Larson's Tony-winning musical "Rent"
Played Elphaba, a young Wicked Witch of the West in "Wicked," a musical adaptation of the Gregory Maguire book
Joined Heather Headley and played Amneris as a replacement in "Aida" at the Palace Theatre
Made feature debut in "Kissing Jessica Stein"
Returned to the stage and appeared in Andrew Lippa's successful "The Wild Party"
Originated the role of Dorothy in "Summer of '42" at Goodspeed Theater
Signed with Hollywood Records and released solo debut Still I Can't Be Still; single "Follow If You Lead" featured on the soundtrack of "The Other Sister" (1999)
Continued on with "Rent" in its move to Broadway; nominated for a Tony Award for her performance
Made stage debut, playing vampy performance artist Maureen Johnson in Jonathan Larson's off-Broadway musical "Rent"
First started singing at the age of five.
Began singing in a wedding band when she was 15.
Presented the award for Best Original Song at the 87th Academy Awards alongside John Travolta; the pair made light of Travolta mispronouncing her name as "Adele Dazeem" at the previous year's ceremony, with Menzel introducing Travolta as "Glom Gazingo."