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The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical opened November 16, 1959.
The classic musical, which gave the world the anthem "There's No Business Like Show Business," opened at the Imperial Theatre May 16, 1946.
The original Broadway production, which won 10 Tony Awards, opened at the Majestic Theatre April 7, 1949.
The classic musical, which gave the world the anthem "There's No Business Like Show Business," opened May 16, 1946.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic first opened on Broadway April 19, 1945.
Gertrude Lawrence and Yul Brynner opened in the show that would win them both Tony Awards March 29, 1951.
Ted Chapin reflects on a star-studded musical escape with Broadway on the High Seas.
Ted Chapin, president and executive director of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization, offers a look at the lasting power of composer Richard Rodgers and his collaborations with Lorenz Ha…
Rodgers & Hart’s On Your Toes is, in some ways, the grandfather of Encores! Rodgers & Hammerstein president and executive director Ted Chapin traces its lineage.
Stand behind the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, Connecticut, today and you get a pretty good feeling of what the Mississippi River must have felt like in the era of Edna Ferbers novel…