The Jonesborough Repertory Theatre will return to the stage in June with the properly-recognised and a lot-loved musical “The Seem of Tunes.”
Even so, since of renovations however in development at the JRT, and immediately after an intense search by JRT’s artistic director, the production will be presented at the charming and historic Bonnie Kate Theatre in Elizabethton.
The Sound of New music follows the story of Maria, a youthful postulant at a convent in Salzburg, Austria, who is supplied the endeavor of nannying the 7 young children of Captain von Trapp, a widower who would seem to run his residence like a armed service platoon. Maria provides a refreshing air of pleasure, hope, and music to the stuffy home and misguided family members. And she, in flip, discovers that probably there is a thing additional to her daily life than what she imagined.
Joe Gumina, who plays Captain von Trapp, believes this display is a terrific preference to deliver to this local community.
“The Audio of Audio is 1 of the most uplifting stories at any time set on phase,” Gumina explained. “I believe we have all been by means of a tough year. With its hopeful concept about beating adversity and the therapeutic power of songs, it is the perfect present to open with.”
His forged customers concur.
“After a 12 months of uncertainty and heartache, audiences will choose comfort in observing Maria and the von Trapp loved ones going through uncertainties, challenges, and disappointments, and discovering how to defeat them collectively,” mentioned Hollie Wright, who plays Maria.
“The Seem of Music is a tale of courage, persistence, and kindness,” said Miranda Laurio, who will portray Liesl von Trapp. “It’s a story about receiving via challenging instances with the stamina not only of hope, but of love. That is a well timed message for anyone as the theatre reopens right after all the struggles of the past yr.”
Though several have seen The Seem of Audio, both on display screen or on phase, the tale under no circumstances loses its magic and the message it carries.
“Even although their instances are various, the von Trapps are nonetheless relatable to this day,” director Diane Taveau said. “They confronted obstacles, learned from them, and moved by adversity to a new way of lifetime. Isn’t that what we’ve all been likely by means of this past 12 months? What far better metaphor than a show chatting about ‘climbing each and every mountain until you come across your dream’?”
Rounding out the forged are Dave Bernhardt, Elijah Berry, Ashley Cavender, Rachel Chapman, Shannon Prepare dinner, Ryan Grey, Mika Hoilman, Magee Small, Shelly Mangiacotti, Kyle Mason, Tristan Matthews, Susan McNabb, Katie Murphy, Catherine Oakes, Elliott Value, Abby Raper, Susan Saam, Erin Schultz, Zetta Schultz, Brooklynn Shelton, Sharon Squibb, Will Stephens, Gracie Stiltner, Bonnie Straub, Michelle Weintre and Phillip Wright.
This manufacturing will operate June 10 by June 27.
It is directed by Diane Taveau, choreographed by Jessica Shelton, and songs directed by Shawn Hale.
The clearly show is sponsored by Ballad Well being, Ignacy Fonberg, the Legislation Offices of James R. Wheeler, Saladworks College Center and W. Ashley and Judy Whitehurst.
Tickets are $17 typical admission, $15 for learners and seniors. To invest in tickets, contact the Historic Jonesborough Visitors Centre at 423.753.1010 or go on the internet to jonesboroughtheatre.com. The Bonnie Kate Theatre is located at 115 S. Sycamore St., Elizabethton.
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