hammerstein hammerstein  /ˈhæ mər ˌstin/

Definition(s):

  • (n) United States lyricist who collaborated on many musical comedies (most successfully with Richard Rodgers) (1895-1960)

News

  1. REVIEW: Luminous performances in NSMT's 'Sound of Music’

    North Shore Music Theatre in beverly opens its new season with a fine performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s beloved musical "The Sound of Music."
    on June 15, 2013     Source: North Shore Sunday

  2. 'Some Enchanted Evening' presented at The Living Word, Cambridge

    Those who love the classical tunes of the old Rogers and Hammerstein musicals will thoroughly enjoy Rogers & Hammerstein's whimsical romp, "Some Enchanted Evening," currently being presented at The Living Word outdoor amphitheater in Cambridge.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Daily Jeffersonian

  3. Cape Playhouse turns up the charm

    WELL DONE, LADS AND LASSES – Rodgers and Hammerstein beam down on the Cape Playhouse cast of Some Enchanted Evening. Left to right: Georgia Tapp, Kevin Earley, Susan Powell, Bret Shuford, Leah Hocking and Evans Haile at the grand piano.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Barnstable Patriot

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Quotes

  1. Parker told the New York Post: "I've never met a Mormon I didn't like. They're really nice people. They're so Disney. They're so Rodgers and Hammerstein."
    on Apr 14, 2010 By: Trey Parker Source: Wall Street Journal (blog)

  2. "The evening is about gifts, old and new," says Andrews, 72, who is billed as the "Gift of Music's" host. "The first half, we'll do music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, with which I've been associated. The second half is the new gift, and...
    on Jul 16, 2008 By: Julie Andrews Source: Long Beach Press-Telegram

  3. "The second thing I realize," Baldwin adds, "is: you can pretty much bet all you own that I would never leave another voicemail message for my daughter that wasn't just like something out of a Rodgers and Hammerstein score."
    on May 9, 2008 By: Alec Baldwin Source: Los Angeles Times

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