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PAG’s The King and I

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “The King and I” is a moving, radiant story of East meets West. The musical is based on the memoirs and experiences of Anna Leonowens, a British schoolteacher hired in the 1860’s by the King of Siam as part of his drive to modernize his country. The relationship between the King and Anna is marked by conflict through much of the show, as well as by a love to which neither can admit.
We are pleased to announce the cast: James Pontnack as the King of Siam, Alexis Denton as Anna Leonowens, Natalie Coy as Lady Thiang, Arynn Dusing as Tuptim, Dylan Stormont as Lun Tha, Orion Zimmerman as Louis Leonowens, Maxx George as Prince Chulalongkorn, Dave Sowinski as Captain Orton, Larry Ubben as Sir Edward Ramsey, Alexander George as The Interpreter, Elijah George as The Kralahome and Zander Vandesand as Phra Alack. Playing the Royal children are Nora Coutts, Harmony Coy, Eisley Dusing, Julia Hodson, Ethan Sheely, Hannah Sheely, Landyn Stenberg, Olivia Stenberg and Adelaide Zimmerman. The Royal wives will be portrayed by Kelly Denton, Abi Fletcher, Ellen Hodson, Kelley Huston, Karissa Kaufman, Montana Larson, Mary Mead-Cantrell, Shelly Moon and Abigail Weaver. Other cast members include Bruce Denton and Ralph Ubben.

Directed by
Priscilla Osborne and Trudy Whalen

Producers
Karen Urish and David Sheely

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