Music Theater International, the American theater licensing agency now broadening its reach with new offices this year in London and Australia, has taken the next step in its global growth with the…
Rodgers and Hammerstein
Too bad Pope Francis couldn't have capped his U.S. visit with the revival of "The Sound of Music" at the Ahmanson Theater. The Holy Father would surely have been impressed, not just by the respect…
The five shows opening on Broadway this week have all gotten an awards-season boost, with the Drama League naming a wide-ranging slate of nominations that includes "Macbeth," "The Testament of Mary,"…
"Lucky Guy," the Tom Hanks starrer that recently began perfs on Broadway, pulled in more than $1 million from just seven perfs in Week 41 (March 4-10), but girl power, from young-femme magnets…
In case you haven't heard, Broadway's newly retooled production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella," which opened Sunday at the Broadway Theater, is selling well. Really well.
Watch out, “Wicked” witches, here comes “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella,” a heavyweight contender for those precious audiences of little girls who attend the theater in princess gowns and…
Imagem Music Group is expanding its US-based theatrical licensing division, R&H Theatricals (a branch of Imagem's Rodgers and Hammerstein company), to create a European branch with headquarters in…
The fabled team of Rodgers and Hammerstein hit the skids in 1955 with their flop musical, "Pipe Dream."
"South Pacific" is coming back to the bigscreen after more than half a century.
As on Broadway, the star of this touring "South Pacific" is helmer Bartlett Sher.
Calling it Chekhovian may be going to extremes, but this lovely, scaled-down version of "Carousel" invests an aura of naturalism into the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic.
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