Take Me To The World
The Songs of Stephen Sondheim

Ms. McKechnie celebrates one of Broadway's greatest composers by performing songs from many of his shows, including A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, Anyone Can Whistle, as well as songs from some of his film scores. She shares stories of her time working with him, revealing the great influence he had in her life professionally and personally.

Donna received a Tony Award for her performance as Cassie in A Chorus Line and is regarded internationally as one of Broadway's leading ladies having starred in or choreographed productions in London's West End as well as major productions in Tokyo and Paris. She received a MAC Award for her first one-woman cabaret show and since then has played all over the country with shows designed for supper clubs, performing art centers and symphony orchestras.

Ms. McKechnie's Broadway credits include How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, The Education of Hyman Kapan, Sondheim: A Musical Tribute, (which she also choreographed), Promises-Promises, Company, On the Town, State Fair (Fred Astaire Award) and The Visit. Donna has starred in and/or choreographed numerous regional plays and musicals including Follies, Mack and Mable, Irma La Douce, Gypsy, The Glass Menagerie, Sweet Charity, Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, The Imaginary Invalid andGuys and Dolls.  

She has been seen in dozens of TV Specials and dramatic series including Fame, Cheers, and Dark Shadows. Donna was featured in the film, Every Little Step and played the Rose in the film, The Little Prince. Ms. McKechnie's memoir, TIME STEPS-My Musical Comedy Life was published by Simon and Schuster. In 2019 Donna was honored to be inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame.