For today’s Monday Nun Day posting, we take a look into the creation of the music sung by the nuns in The Sound of Music. Did you know that this liturgical-style music was written specifically for the production? There’s also quite a bit more of it in the stage version than what you might remember from […]
Today marks what would have been the 110th birthday of Richard Rodgers, composer of Oklahoma! And just in time, we’ve got a trailer ready for you to hear one of his greatest hits!
This week, I was fortunate enough to steal Ken Cazan, the stage director for Oklahoma! away from rehearsals to chat about the production. Central City Opera fans might recognize Ken. Oklahoma! marks his eleventh production with Central City Opera. Last year, he directed the triple bill (Gianni Schicchi, Seven Deadly Sins, and The Breasts of Tiresias) and […]
Composer Richard Rodgers pictured in the December 29, 1952 issue of Life As December 25th approaches, you can’t help but hear Christmas music and wintery tunes in stores and on the radio. Rodgers and Hammerstein, the musical partners who wrote Oklahoma!, have a tune that’s often heard these days – the classic “My Favorite Things” […]