Sandy Duncan soared on Broadway in Peter Pan, made a splash in My One and Only, and rocked it as Roxie in Chicago. Born and raised in Texas, Duncan moved to New York when she was 19 and it wasn’t long before she was appearing at City Center as Louise in Agnes de Mille’s production of Carousel. She was subsequently seen at City Center in The Music Man, Finian’s Rainbow, and Life with Father. In 1969, Duncan made her Broadway debut in Canterbury Tales, and was nominated for a Tony Award. She received her second nomination two years later for her starring role in The Boy Friend, and was nominated a third time in 1980 for her thrilling performance in Peter Pan. After starring with her husband, Don Correia, in the Broadway production of My One and Only, Duncan hit the road opposite the show’s director/choreographer and original leading man, Tommy Tune. She was also seen as Anna Leonowens in an acclaimed national tour of The King and I. Regional work includes The Glass Menagerie, opposite her son, Jeffrey Correia; Free Fall, which she both wrote and starred in; and Driving Miss Daisy. In addition, Duncan has performed with symphony orchestras throughout the country, usually with Correia and Guy Stroman. Duncan’s television work has earned her two Emmy Award nominations. The first was for her comedy series, Funny Face, and the second was for her performance as Missy Anne in the acclaimed mini-series Roots. A short list of her other television credits includes two of her own variety specials, a starring role in The Hogan Family, and the title character in Pinocchio opposite Danny Kaye. She was also the very first guest on The Muppet Show.