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Revivals of two much-loved musicals are vying for your entertainment dollar in Melbourne this winter. James Croot compares an eastern monarchy with French misery.
Mid-way through the show's run at Covington's Playmakers Theater, co-director of "The King and I," Joel Rainey, explained why he feels the Tony-Award winning classic continues to interest audiences. The local run coincidentally coincides with a recent announcement that "The King and I" will return to Broadway, slated to open at the Lincoln Center Theater in spring 2015.
Ken Watanabe will follow in the considerable footsteps of Yul Brynner when he takes on the role of the King of Siam in the upcoming Broadway revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "The King and I."
NEW YORK (AP) Broadway is about to get another king a revival of the musical "The King and I" starring Kelli O'Hara and Ken Watanabe will join "The Lion King" and "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical."Lincoln Center Theater said...
THE Opera Australia music is up for 10 gongs at next month's awards. Other nominees, announced tonight, include Strictly Ballroom The Musical and Sweet Charity.
LOU Diamond Phillips has been cast as the lead in John Frost’s Melbourne production The King And I after US import Jason Scott Lee was forced to pull out with a leg injury.
Western culture holds court at Hayswood Theatre in The King and I, which opens tomorrow. Western culture holds court in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I, which Hayswood Theatre will present starting tomorrow night.
New Yorkers will soon have the chance to get to know the King all over again. The King and I
DEXTER — The Dexter Community Players will be presenting the Rogers and Hammerstein Classic “The King and I” at the end of the month.
Tony Award-nominated actor Lou Diamond Phillips, who played The King of Siam in the 1996 Broadway revival of The King and I, will return to the role in the Australian remounting of the production, which is currently playing Melbourne's Princess Theatre, producer John Frost announced July 1.
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