Posts tagged ‘the king and i’

Critic in training: Paul Selar reviews The King and I

Paul Selar is reviewing Opera Australia’s Melbourne Autumn season with guidance from professional critics, Opera Australia’s own music staff and writing professionals.  Exotic, mesmerising and full of rich memories Review…

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From martial arts to musicals: Jason Scott Lee

Jason Scott Lee leads an unusual life for a film star, preferring to live off-grid in Hawaii than in the hustle and bustle of Hollywood. He rose…

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Cheat Sheet: The King and I

The Rodgers & Hammerstein smash-hit musical has charmed audiences for generations. Want to find out why? Read on.

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10 minutes with Teddy Tahu Rhodes

The New Zealand bass-baritone is famous for his portrayal of Mozart’s Don Giovanni, but in recent years, he’s proved his versatility in Rodgers and Hammerstein roles. We caught up…

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Glitz and Glamour at The King and I Opening

There’s nothing like the scent of incense in heavy velvet to put you in mind of faraway places. We can’t convey that in a blog post,…

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Getting to know the company of The King and I

For some of the smallest members of The King and I company, everything is new. From the giant rehearsal skirt Lisa McCune is wearing to the…

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Trivia: Everything you need to know about Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I

Impress your friends with a few choice tidbits about the musical sensation coming to stages across Australia next year. The Story The King and I  is…

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Weekly round-up: Australian soprano wins top honour, a new King and I for Australia and the future of recorded music

Nicole Car has won first prize in Neue Stimmen, Opera Australia announces the cast for The King and I and in South Australia, controversy smoulders over a new…

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