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A Theatre Buff Reviews: The King and I

With more than a little anticipation to be in the Vivian Beaumont- Lincoln Center Theater, I looked about from my perch and spoke to the smart looking New Yorker in the next seat. 1,150 more words

Lincoln Center Theater

A Talented “CINDERELLA” Anchors John Cooper Production

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As much as I enjoy my work reviewing professional performing arts productions of all kinds, there is something refreshing about now and then getting back to basics and attending a fine school production full of eager youngsters trying their wings in the theatre. 542 more words

The Courier Columns

Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Music

RICHARD RODGERS composed his first songs at a summer camp, then wrote music for shows at Columbia University. A friend introduced him to a smart young lyric writer, Larry Hart, who shared his ambitious artistic goals. 381 more words


The Women of The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music is iconic. It is without a doubt one of the most beloved and well known musicals. For over 50 years it has enthralled audiences across generations, cultures, and borders, from Europe to Asia, South America to Africa—a global fascination that stands as a testament to its universal appeal. 1,034 more words


Why Be Rude?

I work for a local (stage) theatre and when shows are here, staff sometimes (but not always) get a discount on the merchandise sold. I realize this is a mere convenience for the staff and the merchandise people are not required to give us any sort of discount. 394 more words


Many a New Day Will Shine -- to benefit Congolese charities: Karrin Allyson

Now is the perfect time, says jazz artist Karrin Allyson, to revisit the Rodgers & Hammerstein songbook. Listen to her new album, Many A New Day, … 352 more words

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