"After only two seasons," cheered Clive Barnes in the New York Post, "[New York] City Center's series Encores! Great American Musicals in Concert has become a Broadway fixture, both loved and indispensable." Read more →

Tuesday May 2 marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of Lorenz Hart, one of this country's greatest and most cherished lyricists... Read more →

Proud to represent its founders, The Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert Library is also home to orchestral works of Berlin, Kern, Weill, Porter, Lloyd Webber and others. Read more →

1994 - The year in film, as recalled by the staff at Williamson Music: Read more →

You've seen [Harold] Prince's KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN, the revivals of CAROUSEL and GUYS AND DOLLS, TOMMY, LES MISRABLES and at least one show by Andrew Lloyd Webber," intoned Vincent Canby to his New York Times readership on October 9. "Now make room for the daddy of them all." Read more →

More than 73 years after he built the Music Box Theater with producer Sam H. Harris, Irving Berlin's role in theatre's history has been commemorated there with the installation of a plaque and permanent exhibit. Read more →

By now most of our R&H Theatre Library customers will have received our new catalogue of musicals available for production. Read more →

Back on Broadway for the third time since its 1927 premiere, SHOW BOAT (see cover story) began making history all over again as soon as good word on its return built long lines at the box office... Read more →

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