Oct 09, 2014
through
Oct 19, 2014
Theatre Rowe Productions
Gaston, SC — United States
Oct 22, 2014
through
Jan 04, 2015
Marriott's Lincolnshire Theatre
Lincolnshire, IL — United States
Oct 23, 2014
through
Nov 09, 2014
Austin Theatre Project
Cedar Park, TX — United States
Nov 06, 2014
through
Nov 15, 2014
Madison County Dramatic Players
Alexandria, IN — United States
Mar 19, 2015
through
Mar 22, 2015
Minnesota Orchestra
Minneapolis, MN — United States
Producers of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella recently announced that actress, talk-show host and recording artist Keke Palmer will make her Broadway debut in the show's title role beginning September 9th, making history as the first African-American Cinderella on Broadway. Palmer will be joined by Emmy Award winner Sherri Shepherd in the role of Cinderella's wicked stepmother, Madame.   read more
"Siam sur Seine" - "Siam on the Seine."  So did the company of The King and I at Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris name themselves during their triumphant reign earlier this summer.  This resplendent production, starring international opera star Susan Graham (alternating with Christine Buffle) and French film star Lambert Wilson, represented the R&H musical's Parisian premiere.   read more
Producers of the Tony® Award winning musical Rodgers & Hammerstein's CINDERELLA, Robyn Goodman, Jill Furman and Stephen Kocis, have announced additional casting for the First National Tour launching in Providence, RI at Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) on October 10, 2014.  read more
It's been very hard to figure out what to write about Mary. I knew her for so many years, under so many different situations.  She was a life force, that is for sure, and I owe her so much. Read more →
Our newly available restoration of OKLAHOMA! arrives on the heels of the R&H restorations we've previously released, those for CAROUSEL, ALLEGRO, SOUTH PACIFIC, THE KING AND I, PIPE DREAM and THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Read more →
If you really like theater, there are few experiences as cool as standing off stage in the wings during a curtain call.  If that moment marks the end of a limited run of a production that has clearly energized the theater, it becomes all the more remarkable.  Read more →