Neutrino mass and mixing are amongst the major discoveries of recent years. Solar, reactor, and atmospheric neutrino experiments have provided unambiguous evidence for neutrino mass and solved long-standing problems in neutrino astrophysics. Precision measurements of neutrino oscillation parameters and neutrino mass measurements are now underway to determine the pattern of neutrino mixing and their masses. Many important questions remain. Neutrinos may be their own antiparticles, their mass scale is not known, and the measurement of the last unknown mixing angle θ13 may open the search for leptonic CP violation. I will describe the prospects for the KamLAND reactor and solar neutrino experiments, the development of a novel reactor experiment to measure the yet unknown mixing angle theta13, and future opportunities in neutrino particle physics.