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Jun 07, 2016
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Fulton Theatre
Lancaster, PA — United States
Feb 25, 2016
Mar 13, 2016
Francis Wilson Playhouse
Clearwater, FL — United States
Mar 11, 2016
Mar 20, 2016
Cypress College Theater & Dance
Cypress, CA — United States
Apr 29, 2016
May 15, 2016
Waukesha Civic Theatre
Waukesha, WI — United States
May 05, 2016
May 15, 2016
Columbus Children's Theatre
Columbus, OH — United States
Roundabout Theatre Company, in association with Universal Stage Productions, has announced the first-ever Broadway production of HOLIDAY INN, THE NEW IRVING BERLIN MUSICAL. With music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, Gordon Greenberg and Chad Hodge's new book is inspired by the Academy Award-winning film, Holiday Inn. read more
We are pleased to announce the release of Getting To Know… Oklahoma! and Getting To Know… Once Upon a Mattressread more
We are thrilled to announce that in coordination with The Really Useful Group and Andrew Lloyd Webber, R&H Theatricals will grant rights for youth performances of the new Andrew Lloyd Webber musical SCHOOL OF ROCK, based on the 2003 Jack Black-led movie, prior to its Broadway opening later this year. read more
It took more than a decade for Rodgers & Hammerstein's OKLAHOMA!  to make it from the Broadway stage to the big screen. But when it did, not only the show, but the screen itself had never been bigger.  Initially R&H were in no rush to have the first whopping megahit of their collaboration recreated on film. Read more →
It will come as no surprise to anyone familiar with Oscar Hammerstein’s work that he loved the country. Nature in all its aspects played a large role in the imagery of his words. His work with Richard Rodgers alone, from the “…bright, golden haze on the meadow…” to “…follow every rainbow…” is full of the outdoors and everything in it. Read more →
Oklahoma! was the first musical that the celebrated team of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II wrote together. Now a new, experimental production at the Bard SummerScape Festival in upstate New York is asking audiences to focus on the darker story behind the musical's well-known songs. Read more →