NCT has produced in Raleigh's 2,300-seat Memorial Auditorium since 1984, under the leadership of William Jones, executive director and producer. Productions are created for North Carolina audiences using Equity talent from New York, North Carolina and across the country.
Lou Diamond Phillips (internationally known for the movie, "La Bamba") played the King in the Broadway revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic in the 1995-96 season. He was Tony Award-nominated for his work.
His North Carolina Anna, the British governess who comes to Siam to teach the King's children, is Patty Goble, a veteran of The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway (Carlotta) and Toronto (Christine and Carlotta).
Casey Hushion directs the staging, with choreography by Tito Hernandez. McCrae Hardy is music director.
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