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Oct 29, 2015
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Dec 27, 2015
Fireside Dinner Theatre
Fort Atkinson, WI — United States
Oct 15, 2015
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Oct 31, 2015
Ephrata Performing Arts Center
Ephrata, PA — United States
Sep 04, 2015
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Sep 26, 2015
Gallery Theater
Mcminnville, OR — United States
Nov 27, 2015
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Dec 19, 2015
Gallery Theater
Mcminnville, OR — United States
Nov 10, 2015
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Dec 31, 2015
Derby Dinner Playhouse
Clarksville, IN — United States

Theodore Bikel, the stage and film actor who played Captain Von Trapp in the original Broadway production of The Sound of Music, passed away on July 21st in Los Angeles at the age of 91. read more

Casting has been announced for the brand new production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, directed by three-time Tony Award® winner Jack O’Brien.  read more
Rodgers & Hammerstein, a new biography by the veteran journalist and acclaimed author Todd S. Purdum, about the extraordinary eighteen-year partnership of musical theater legends Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, will be published by Henry Holt in the spring of 2018, the seventy-fifth anniversary of Oklahoma!, their first Broadway hit. The book will be edited by Paul Golob, executive editor at Holt.  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 →
The closing of a show is usually a bittersweet moment.  But this one was different - there really was nothing bitter here.  For the cast, orchestra and crew, this ride had been a blast. Read more →