The Sound of Music – April 2012

OMTC are proud to be one of the first Amateur companies with a licence to perform Rogers and Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music”, with Music and Lyrics by Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein, and a book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. It is based on the memoir of Maria von Trapp, The Story of the Trapp Family Singers.

This popular show formed the basis of the ever popular film starring Julie Andrews, and has recently finished a 2 year run on the West End and a successful national tour.

The Sound of Music has many familiar and beautiful songs, including “I have Confidence”, “Do, Ray Mi”, “The Lonely Goatherd” and “Edelweiss”. Combine this with the well-written, well-known story and this show promises to be a hit.

Casting has already taken place for this show, and we have a great cast:

  • Maria Rainer: Kate MacDonald
  • Captain von Trapp: Mark Lord
  • The Von Trapp children:
  • Liesl von Trapp: Rachel Smith
  • Friedrich von Trapp: Tom Nicholas
  • Louisa von Trapp: Rosemary Lavendar
  • Kurt von Trapp: Max Lewis
  • Brigitta von Trapp: Verity Jones, Eve Mountford
  • Marta von Trapp: Sadie Sumner, Emily Holmes
  • Gretl von Trapp: Emily Sumner, Imogen Forse
  • Elsa Schraeder: Julie Fisher
  • Max Detweiller : Phil Sumner
  • Mother Abbess: Heather Williams
  • Rolf Gruber: Robert Sharp
  • Herr Zeller: Malcolm Lord
  • Admiral con Schreiber: Hilton Holmes
  • Franz: Gareth Lord
  • Sister Bertha: Isabella Lord
  • Sister Margaretta: Rachel Humphreys
  • Sister Sophia: Heather Williams
  • Frau Schmidt: Barbara Wilcock

Performances are 7:30pm on the 11th-14th April 2012. Tickets will be available during performances of Cinderella (2nd-4th December 2011) and afterwards from Music Makers, Chapel Court, Oswestry (next door to Milanos).

Pictures from the Sound of Music Dress Rehearsals

More pictures are available here: https://picasaweb.google.com/106535600871975332855/OMTC20120411TheSoundOfMusic

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