At St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 130 Clergy Street, Kingston, Ontario
Starring Hannah Smith, Sara Sturgeon, Robert Bruce, Mary Deacon, Nicholas Kaduck and Theresa Witjes and some of the most talented kids Kingston has to offer.
You can purchase tickets below. It is general seating. Your tickets will be held for you at the door.
Call the Grand Theatre Box Office at 613-530-2050.
218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario
Bottle Tree Productions is pleased to announce that they have secured the performance rights to one of the world's most beloved musicals; Rodgers and Hammerstein's The Sound of Music. The music is by Richard Rodgers and the lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein. It is based on the book by Maria von Trapp. Many songs from the musical have become standards, such as "Edelweiss", "My Favorite Things", "Climb Ev'ry Mountain", "Do-Re-Mi", and the title song "The Sound of Music".
When it was given the green light as a film project by Twentieth Century Fox, several directors turned down the opportunity to direct. Many of them were not impressed with the musical. They thought it too sugary. Finally William Wyler was convinced to take the director's chair. He had seen Julie Andrews in the stage version of My Fair Lady. He was convinced she would be perfect as Maria von Trapp, the singing nun turned governess. Canadian Christopher Plummer played Captain von Trapp, 47 years before he finally received a so richly deserved Oscar.
The original von Trapp family had performed at the Grand Theatre in downtown Kingston, as kids. They were a singing phenomenom that were popular the world over.Charles Robertson directs this wonderful family tale that will tug at your heart strings. Anne Marie Mortensen; who directed the Meistersingers' Oliver! last year will produce. The musical director is Ian Bevell. Previous musicals by Bottle Tree Productions include Cats The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Sweeney Todd
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church is a wonderful environment to do this particular musical. This story of a young nun and the family that adopted her will melt your heart every time. every time. While it is always shown at Christmas time, the live version seen in the beautiful sanctuary of the church, with its rich acoustics will be a never-to-be-forgotten experience.
Over the years, this incredible true story set to music has delighted millions world-wide. Once, denounced by theatre critics as 'too sugary', this musical has been embraced by people looking for family-friendly fare. This Christmas, include the live stage version as one of your favourite things.
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