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[Window card for the 1977 revival of The King and I]

Image ID: 1709015

[Window card for the 1977 revival of The King and I] (1977)


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Image Title

:  [Window card for the 1977 revival of The King and I]

Additional Name(s)

: Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979 -- Composer

Published Date

: 1977

Specific Material Type

: prints

Notes

: Constance Towers and Yul Brynner; revival production at the Uris Theatre, 1633 Broadway, New York, N.Y. Note 2.) Richard Rodgers project Note 3.) With Hye-Young Choi, Martin Vidnovic, June Angela, Susan Kikuchi, John Michael King, Larry Swansen, Gene Profanato, Allan Amick, Rebecca West, Patricia Weber and Michael Kermoyan. Entire production directed by Yuriko.

Production Notes

: Opened May 2, 1977 and closed December 30, 1978 at the Uris Theater (now the George Gershwin). The production began and ended with Yul Brynner the King and Constance Towers as Anna. Michael Kermoyan played the role of the King for most of the run and the Angela Lansbury played Anna during a portion of this run.

Source

: Window cards. / The King and I

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Billy Rose Theatre Division

Catalog Call Number

: MWEZ+++ n.c. 25,052

Digital ID

: 1709015

Record ID

: 1885403

Digital Item Published

: 9-16-2009; updated 3-25-2011

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