The King and I

This Rodgers & Hammerstein musical classic pits East versus West in a dramatic, richly textured and ultimately uplifting love story. When summoned to Bangkok’s Royal Palace in 1862 to tutor the many children and wives of the King of Siam, English widow Anna struggles with the King’s barbaric behavior. Over time, however, the two come to understand, respect and even embrace one another’s traditions and values.

Contact

Kent Andel
Production Manager
816-363-7827, x146
kent.andel@kcstarlight.com


Production Information

Set Designer
Year Built
Minimum Proscenium Width
Show Portal Opening
Minimum Stage Depth
Heaviest Flying Piece
  Kenneth Foy
2004
42’ (Show portal is 56’ wide to edge of hard legs)
40’ (Center plug available to open to 47’)
30'
Show Portal is approximately 1800 lbs. It does not fly during the show.

Additional information you can request with rental inquiry

  • Color renderings of each scene 
  • 1/8 scale PDF scene layouts 
  • Prop list 
  • Most recent line set schedule 
  • AutoCAD drawing

Rental Cost

Available upon request.


Transportation

This set requires 3 (three), 53 foot air ride trucks, equipped with E-track or logistic posts; load bars or straps; and packing blankets. The renting company assumes all responsibility for transportation. Transportation may be arranged through Starlight Theatre.

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