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In May 2005, Foster co-starred as Jo March opposite Maureen Mc Govern as Marmee in the musical adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel Little Women, for which she was nominated for her second Tony Award. She returned to Broadway at the Marquis Theatre in May 2006 in The Drowsy Chaperone, a spoof of 1920s musicals.
She played Janet van de Graaff, a famous Broadway starlet who opts to forgo a stage career in favor of married life.
She left Troy High School before graduating (she received her diploma via correspondence courses) to join the national tour of The Will Rogers Follies directed by Tommy Tune. In May 2012, she received an honorary doctorate from Ball State University, "in recognition of her outstanding career in theater, television and music and for her contributions to the educational experience and professional growth of Ball State students." she returned as the Star to Be in the revival of Annie.
This was followed in 1998 by a role in What the World Needs Now at the Old Globe Theatre, before she began touring with Les Misérables as Eponine Thenardier. Foster ultimately left Les Misérables to appear in the ensemble of the pre-Broadway run of Thoroughly Modern Millie at the La Jolla Playhouse.
In the spring of 2012, she returned to Ball State, teaching classes, mentoring the interdisciplinary team that wrote the musical The Circus in Winter, and co-directing the Department of Theatre and Dance's Spring 2012 production of The Drowsy Chaperone; she also spoke at commencement and received an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts degree for her continued engagement with Ball State students.
Foster continued her relationship with Ball State in October 2012, performing in the staged reading of The Circus in Winter at the National Alliance for Musical Theatre's Festival of New Musicals at New World Stages in New York.
The musical had a pre-Broadway run at the Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles in November to December 2005.
Foster taught a Spring Semester master class at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts Undergraduate Department of Drama, beginning in January 2010.
Upon leaving, Foster did a concert version of Snoopy!
The Musical and returned to the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera for a production of Me and My Girl to wrap up the year.
Her other Broadway credits include Little Women, The Drowsy Chaperone, Young Frankenstein, Shrek the Musical, and Violet.
On television, Foster played the lead role in the short-lived ABC Family comedy-drama Bunheads from 2012 to 2013.Her brother, Hunter is writing the music for this musical.Foster made her Off-Broadway debut in Paul Weitz's comedy Trust with Zach Braff, Bobby Cannavale and Ari Graynor which began previews July 23, 2010 with an official opening August 12, running through September 12, 2010 at Second Stage Theatre.The newcomer takes the big stage with an uninhibited what-the-heck comfort level and the discipline to go with her instincts." Time Magazine wrote: "she's [Sutton Foster] got the full package: girlish gawkiness and Broadway brass, the legs and the lungs.