My Favorite Things: cast, details, numbers, running order and more for Rodgers and Hammerstein concert

The show is being released as a soundtrack and on DVD – see which numbers feature!

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Aaron Tveit, © Tristram Kenton

Be prepared for some of your favourite musical numbers – performed by some of your favourite stars!

My Favorite Things: The Rodgers & Hammerstein 80th Anniversary Concert is being presented in a variety of mediums.

The full concert will also be released on DVD and Blu-ray on 4 June. Additionally, the 42-track live recording will be released on 31 May on double CD and digital platforms worldwide from Concord Theatricals Recordings.

Directed by five-time BAFTA winner Julia Knowles, the filmed performance, which took place last December includes appearances by Joanna Ampil, Michael Ball, Daniel Dae Kim, Maria Friedman, Audra McDonald, Julian Ovenden, Lucy St. Louis, Aaron Tveit, Marisha Wallace and Patrick Wilson.

The concert took place at Theatre Royal Drury Lane in December 2023, the same venue where a variety of Rodgers and Hammerstein shows first premiered.

Marisha Wallace and the cast of My Favorite Things, © Tristram Kenton
Marisha Wallace and the cast of My Favorite Things, © Tristram Kenton

Special appearances were made by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Rita Moreno, with additional performances by Anna-Jane Casey, Lily Kerhoas and Jordan Shaw. Completing the company were Jade Albertsen, Alex Louize Bird, Matthew Caputo, Dan Cooke, Barry Drummond, Harry Francis, Matt Gibson, Bethany Huckle, Jonny Labey, Brenda Newhouse, Emily Ann Potter, Sophie Pourret, Stephen Quildan and Rachel Wang-Hei Lau.

We’ve got the full set list available for you here:

  1. Overture from Oklahoma! – Rodgers and Hammerstein Orchestra
  2. Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’ – Patrick Wilson
  3. My Favorite Things – Audra McDonald
  4. The Surrey with the Fringe on Top – Patrick Wilson
  5. I Cain’t Say No – Marsha Wallace
  6. Out of My Dreams – Lily Kerhoas
  7. Mister Snow – Audra McDonald
  8. June is Bustin’ Out All Over – Anna-Jane Casey and Ensemble
  9. What’s the Use of Wond’rin’? – Lily Kerhoas
  10. Soliloquy – Aaron Tveit
  11. It Might as Well Be Spring – Lucy St. Louis
  12. Love, Look Away – Joanna Ampil
  13. The Gentleman is a Dope – Marisha Wallace
  14. No Other Love – Jordan Shaw
  15. Something Wonderful – Joanna Ampil
  16. You’ve Got to Be Carefully Taught – Aaron Tveit
  17. Younger Than Springtime – Aaron Tveit
  18. I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair – Marisha Wallace and Ensemble
  19. A Wonderful Guy – Lucy St. Louis
  20. This Nearly Was Mine – Julian Ovenden
  21. You’ll Never Walk Alone – Michael Ball
  22. Entr’acte from South Pacific – Rodgers & Hammerstein Orchestra
  23. There Is Nothin’ Like A Dame – Jordan Shaw and Ensemble
  24. I Have Dreamed / We Kiss In A Shadow – Joanna Ampil
  25. A Puzzlement – Daniel Dae Kim
  26. Hello, Young Lovers – Maria Friedman
  27. Shall We Dance? – Maria Friedman and Daniel Dae Kim
  28. If I Loved You – Lily Kerhoas and Patrick Wilson
  29. In My Own Little Corner – Joanna Ampil
  30. Ten Minutes Ago – Aaron Tveit
  31. Impossible / It’s Possible – Anna-Jane Casey and Marisha Wallace
  32. All At Once You Love Her – Julien Ovenden
  33. Kansas City – Jonny Labey and Ensemble
  34. Some Enchanted Evening – Michael Ball
  35. The Sound Of Music – Lucy St. Louis
  36. Do-Re-Mi – Ensemble
  37. The Lonely Goatherd – Anna-Jane Casey
  38. Something Good – Maria Friedman
  39. Edelweiss – Ensemble
  40. Climb Ev’ry Mountain – Audra McDonald
  41. Oklahoma – Rodgers & Hammerstein Orchestra
  42. Carousel Waltz – Rodgers & Hammerstein Orchestra

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