The Jonesborough Repertory Theatre announced the return to the stage of the effectively-recognized and considerably-loved musical “The Sound of New music.”
Due to the fact of renovations even now in development at the JRT, and after an intensive research by JRT’s inventive director, this output will be offered at the charming and historic Bonnie Kate Theatre in Elizabethton.
“The Audio of Music” follows the story of Maria, a youthful postulant at a convent in Salzburg, Austria, who is offered the undertaking of nannying the 7 youngsters of Captain von Trapp, a widower who seems to operate his home like a armed service platoon. Maria delivers a refreshing air of joy, hope, and songs to the stuffy residence and misguided family. She, in transform, discovers that maybe there’s a little something a lot more to her lifestyle than what she assumed.
Joe Gumina, who plays Captain von Trapp, thinks this present is a fantastic decision to bring to this neighborhood.
“The Audio of New music is 1 of the most uplifting stories at any time set on stage,” explained Gumina in a launch. “I think we have all been through a difficult yr. With its hopeful message about overcoming adversity and the therapeutic electrical power of songs, it is the great show to open up with.”
“After a 12 months of uncertainty and heartache audiences will get comfort in viewing Maria and the von Trapp family members going through uncertainties, problems, and disappointments, and finding out how to prevail over them collectively,” claimed Hollie Wright, who performs Maria.
“The Audio of Songs is a story of courage, tolerance, and kindness,” claimed Miranda Laurio, who plays Liesl. “It’s a tale about finding by means of difficult occasions with the endurance not only of hope, but of like. That is a well timed message for everybody as the theatre reopens right after all the struggles of the past calendar year.”
Though quite a few have seen The Audio of Songs, both on display or on stage, the story hardly ever loses its magic and the information it carries.
The director, Diane Taveau, stated, “Even nevertheless their circumstances are diverse, the von Trapps are nonetheless relatable to this working day. They faced obstructions, figured out from them, and moved via adversity to a new way of life. Isn’t that what we’ve all been heading by way of this past yr? What better metaphor than a exhibit speaking about ‘climbing every single mountain until you uncover your dream’?”
Rounding out the solid are Dave Bernhardt, Elijah Berry, Ashley Cavender, Rachel Chapman, Shannon Cook, Ryan Grey, Mika Hoilman, Magee Minimal, Shelly Mangiacotti, Kyle Mason, Tristan Matthews, Susan McNabb, Katie Murphy, Catherine Oakes, Elliott Rate, Abby Raper, Susan Saam, Erin Schultz, Zetta Schultz, Brooklynn Shelton, Sharon Squibb, Will Stephens, Gracie Stiltner, Bonnie Straub, Michelle Weintre, and Phillip Wright.
This production runs June 10 by 27. It is directed by Diane Taveau, choreographed by Jessica Shelton, and songs directed by Shawn Hale. The demonstrate is sponsored by Ballad Wellness, Ignacy Fonberg, the Legislation Offices of James R. Wheeler, Saladworks University Center, and W. Ashley and Judy Whitehurst. Tickets are $17 standard admission, $15 for pupils and seniors. To acquire tickets, phone the Historic Jonesborough Website visitors Center at 423.753.1010 or go on the internet to jonesboroughtheatre.com. The Bonnie Kate Theatre is located at 115 S. Sycamore St, Elizabethton, TN.