• Anna (Kelli O’Hara) has come to Siam to be governess to the royal children, and teach them Western ways. (Paul Kolnik)
  • Anna (Kelli O’Hara) teaches the King (Ken Watanabe) to dance in the Western style. (Paul Kolnik)
  • The king’s head wife, Lady Thiang (Ruthie Ann Miles, left), sings about her love for her husband as Anna (Kelli O’Hara) listens. (Paul Kolnik)
  • The king’s many wives and children in a scene from "The King and I." (Paul Kolnik)
  • Anna (Kelli O’Hara) teaches the King (Ken Watanabe) to dance in the Western style. (Paul Kolnik)

"The King and I" for the 21st Century

Published May 05, 2015

"The King and I," a classic tale, is back on Broadway with a contemporary interpretation.


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