The R&H Theatre Library was built by musical theatre giants Read more →

This summer the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, under the baton of maestro John Mauceri, featured the world premiere of Irving Berlin's "Patriotic Overture," Read more →

The new Broadway production of CAROUSEL triumphed at the 1994 Tony Awards in June, winning every award it was nominated for. Read more →

From the opening paragraph of Mary Ellin Barrett's memoir, as she describes her father's long - abandoned bachelor apartment shortly after his death, the reader realizes this is an adventure story. Read more →

While CD remasters of great Broadway albums continue to be released in record numbers, the great art of making new cast recordings still flourishes. Read more →

SHOW BOAT was back on Broadway in 1946, and Bill Hammerstein was there too, fresh from four years' active service in the U.S. Navy (doing research, he later quipped, for SOUTH PACIFIC). Read more →

Vaunting twelve years of Republican rule, a new Democrat sweeps into Washington Read more →

As anyone who has ever worked in the musical theatre can attest, there are few moments in the production process as exhilarating as hearing the orchestra for the first time. Read more →

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