Jul 10, 2015
Aug 09, 2015
Spotlighters Theatre
Baltimore, MD — United States
Apr 23, 2015
Apr 26, 2015
Children's Theatre of Winnetka
Winnetka, IL — United States
Jan 22, 2015
Jan 25, 2015
Lyric Stage
Irving, TX — United States
Mar 20, 2015
Mar 29, 2015
Backlot Players
Forsyth, GA — United States
Mar 20, 2015
Mar 22, 2015
Angola High School
Angola, IN — United States
R&H Theatricals is proud to announce the launch of a new collection of titles for Young Audiences. All of the titles in the Theatre For Young Audiences (TYA) series have a run-time of approximately 60 minutes and are designed for adults to perform for an audience of children.  read more
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
New Zealand is a long way to go to see a production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC. But there were reasons for me to travel that far.  Aside from it being one more step to world R&H domination, this is a production that has been carefully circumnavigating the globe.  In the ever-important balance between art and commerce, this is a production with good artistic lineage that is attempting to create itself to be sufficiently efficient that it can go to places that are still learning about major productions of musicals – like China. Read more →
When a high school production gets cancelled, or is under threat to be, there are two for-sures: the teachers and students are shocked and surprised; and the action tends to draw media attention. SD spoke with three high school theatre directors in such a situation, and while they had three different outcomes, there are common threads to their experience: they all came out of the controversy stronger, wiser and proven correct that talented kids can handle mature, challenging material. Read more →
A Grand Night at the Bucks County Playhouse  Read more →