Directed by Baayork Lee (The King and I; Promises, Promises), the limited engagement will continue through Sept. 11. Susan Kikuchi (The King and I, Pacific Overtures) recreates Jerome Robbins' original choreography.
The cast also includes Raul Aranas as The Kralahome and his son Raphael Aranas as Prince Chulalongkorn, with Josh Dela Cruz as Lun Tha, Ali Ewoldt as Tuptim, Jee Hyun Lim as Lady Thiang, John Antony as Captain Orton, Andrew Cheng as Simon of Legree, Andy Danh as The Interpreter, Carl Kimbrough as Louis Leonowens, Cassey K. Kivnick as Uncle Thomas, Chase McGrath as Louis Leonowens, Azumi Milligan as Little Eva, Rumi Oyama as Angel George, Yuki Ozeki as Topsy and Jessica Wu as Eliza.
Rounding out the ensemble are Stephanie Card, Amy Chiang, Thang Dao, Yuka Fukuda-Lahiri, JP Moraga, Julien Marcus De Guzman, Ariela Morgenstern, Manna Nichols and Rommel Pierre O'Choa.
Set in the 1860s in the exotic capital city of Bangkok, The King and I, according to Theater of the Stars, "is the timeless love story between a powerful and stubborn king and a determined governess named Anna."
The Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II musical, based on the life of Anna Leonowens as well as Margaret Landon's 1944 novel "Anna and the King of Siam," includes classics such as "Hello Young Lovers," "I Whistle A Happy Tune," "Shall We Dance?" and "Getting To Know You."
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