Video: Aaron Tveit Sings 'Younger Than Springtime' at R&H 80TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT

THE RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT: MY FAVORITE THINGS is now available for on-demand streaming in North America through March 31.

By: Mar. 28, 2024
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Following a successful screening run in 400 cinemas across the UK and Ireland, the star-studded My Favorite Things: The Rodgers & Hammerstein 80th Anniversary Concert is now be available to stream in North America through March 31. 

During the special event, fans were graced with Tony Award winner Aaron Tveit's rendition of 'Younger Than Springtime' from Oscar Hammerstein's South Pacific. Before streaming the concert event, see Tveit express how it feels to be in love with the timeless musical ballad.

Headlined by recent R&H leading lady Joanna Ampil  (Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific); two-time Olivier Award winner Michael Ball; television, film and stage actor Daniel Dae Kim; four-time Olivier Award winner Maria Friedman; Emmy, two-time GRAMMY and six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald; Olivier Award nominee Julian Ovenden; West End sensation Lucy St. Louis; Tony Award winner Aaron Tveit; Olivier Award nominee Marisha Wallace; and two-time Tony, two-time Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominee Patrick Wilson. The performance also featured Anna-Jane CaseyLily Kerhoas and Jordan Shaw, along with special appearances by EGOT winners Andrew Lloyd Webber and Rita Moreno.

Completing the company were Jade AlbertsenAlex Louize BirdMatthew CaputoDan Cooke, Barry Drummond, Harry FrancisMatt GibsonBethany HuckleJonny Labey, Brenda Newhouse, Emily Ann Potter, Sophie Pourret, Stephen Quildan and Rachel Wang-Hei Lau.

The celebration of the historic partnership of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II featured the 40-piece Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert Orchestra, conducted by Simon Lee, with stage direction by Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Christopher Gattelli, and associate choreography by Simon Hardwick.

The gala took place on Tuesday, 12 December, at London's newly restored Theatre Royal Drury Lane – the same venue that premiered the original West End productions of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific and The King and I.

Presented by The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization, the concert was produced by Concord Originals, Concord Theatricals, Kilimanjaro Live/JAS Theatricals, Austin Shaw and Rob Bagshaw.




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