Bartlett Sher's Tony Award-winning revival of The King and I screens in movie theatres internationally beginning November 29. Ahead of its big screen debut from Trafalgar Releasing, take a look at these exclusive clips from the cinematic release.
The filming, captured during the production's West End run at the London Palladium earlier this year, features Kelli O'Hara and Ruthie Ann Miles recreating their Tony-winning performances as Anna Leonowens and Lady Thiang from 2015 Broadway run at Lincoln Center Theater. Ken Watanabe also reprises his Tony-nominated performance as the King of Siam.
An encore screening will take place exclusively in the United States December 4.
Watch a clip from "Whistle a Happy Tune" from the filming above. Clips of "Getting to Know You," "Something Wonderful," "Shall We Dance?," and a scene between Anna and the King follow below.
The cast also includes Dean John-Wilson as Lun Tha, Na-Young Jeon as Tuptim, and Takao Osawa as Kralahome.
For more information about the upcoming screenings and to purchase tickets, visit KingAndIMusicalCinema.com.