Greenville comes alive with famous play
September 20, 2012 by Sarah
The hills are alive once more at the Peace Centre, for a repeat performance of ‘The Sound of Music’.
Featuring the Trapp Family Singers, the beloved musical is currently appearing live on stage. Fans of the musical are invited to come and join the Von Trapp family, the Nuns, and poor Maria to enjoy the music from days gone by, yet loved forever.
This is a production of the South Carolina Children’s Theatre, for which the music is written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. The book for the movie was written by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse and the special storyline is directed by Betsy Bisson. The Sound of Music is recommended for children age four and up, is approximately two hours long, and is punctuated with an intermission.
The performance is sponsored by the TD Bank, BMW Manufacturing, The Greenvillle News, and Haywood Mall. The South Caroline Children’s Theatre is currently celebrating its 25th year and uses local talent to bring magic alive on stage for the children of the area.
The Sound of Music will be appearing on stage up until Sunday, September 23 at the Peace Center located at 300 S. Main Street in Greenville, South Caroline. Friday’s performance starts at 7pm, Saturday at 1:30 pm, and Sunday at 1:30 pm and 5:30pm, so there is still time to experience the enchanting musical. Tickets for all performances are $26 per adult and $17 per child 18 and under.
Flyer printing, brochure printing, and poster printing may have been used to promote the show. For additional details, please visit the South Carolina Children’s Theatre website or call the Peace Center box office at 864-467-3000.