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Show Times

September 22-24
Friday & Saturday
at 7:30
Sunday at 2:00 pm


September 29- October 1

Friday & Saturday 

at 7:30 pm

Sunday at 2:00 pm


October 6 & 7

Friday & Saturday 

at 7:30 pm



The final collaboration between Rodgers & Hammerstein was destined to become the world's most beloved musical. Featuring a trove of cherished songs, including "Climb Ev'ry Mountain," "My Favorite Things," "Do Re Mi," "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" and the title number, The Sound of Music won the hearts of audiences worldwide, earning five Tony Awards and five Oscars. The inspirational story, based on the memoir of Maria Augusta Trapp, follows an ebullient postulate who serves as governess to the seven children of the imperious Captain von Trapp, bringing music and joy to the household. But as the forces of Nazism take hold of Austria, Maria and the entire von Trapp family must make a moral decision.

Creative Team:

Director- Kalie Desimone

Assistant Director- Jay Fletcher

Music Director- Marcia Vanderslice

Choreographer- Kalie Desimone

Producer- Elda Kulp

Stage Manager- Candi Remphrey

Set Design & Construction- Cameron Purdy 

Lighting Design- Geoff Yaroschak

Sound Design- Mike Addice

Sound & Amplification- D Freeman

Fundraising Managers- Karen & David Desimone

The Do-Re-Mi Cast

Show dates include: 9/23*, 9/29*, 10/1*,10/7*

Mackenzie Newbury as Maria

Keith Maliszewski as Captain

Heiki-Lara Nyce as Baroness

Christopher Smith as Max

Florence Wydra-Gat as Mother Abbess

John Mueller as Rolf

Gwyn Trumbore as Liesl

Caitlin Waninger as Louisa

Benjamin Gossard as Fredrick

Tessa Nelson as Brigitta

Logan Fling as Kurt

Mackenzie Jacobs as Marta

Madison Jacobs as Gretl

Melody Nyce as Sister Sophia

April Huff as Sister Berthe

Marian Henry as Sister Margaretta


The Edelweiss Cast:

Show dates include: 9/22*, 9/24*, 9/30*,10/6*

Paige Sheridan as Maria

Andrew Ericsson as Captain

Olivia Bell as Baroness

Landon DeGroote as Max

April Baker as Mother Abbess

Tanner Sheridan as Rolf

Anya Hradnansky as Liesl

Audrey Heimark as Louisa

Joseph Gugliotti as Fredrick

Genevieve Heimark as Brigitta

Lenny Senderov as Kurt

Lydia Jones as Marta

Clara Wanczyk as Gretl

Kate Bell as Sister Sophia

Nneoma Akpunonu as Sister Berthe

Marian Henry as Sister Margaretta


The Ensemble:

Nun Ensemble

Rachel Baker, Madeleine Braun, Danielle Astheimer, Brittany Salemno, Kim Bell, Julia Huff, Eleanna Christinziani, Adelaide Gustavson, Melaina Hanna, Lauren Betz, Gabby Gallagher, Seren Derenthal, Abigail Bowers, Eva Stephens, Sara Freed, Ava Collaton-Lomas, Bronwyn Wilkinson, Kaida Gambier, Olivia Ostrowski, Paige Lelli, Sophia Senderov

Children's Ensemble

Rowan Grendon, Naomi Grendon, Alanna Mundundo,

Siena Mundundo, Abby Gugliotti

Non Singing Roles

Franz: Kent Gerhart

Frau Schmidt: Karen Kukuchka-Mann

Herr Zeller: Chris Donahue

Frau Zeller: Marianne Dell'Aquila

Baron Elberfeld: Martin Schofield

Baroness Elberfeld: Sophia Senderov


Martin Schofield, Joshua Reyes, Josh Spurlock, Drew Heimark, Emma Roberto, Dave Desimone, Chris Donahue

German Soldier Dogs

Dandy, Miles

Late Arrivals Policy:

Please make arrangements to arrive 15mins before showtime to ensure there is enough time to find your seat. 

Patrons who arrive late will be held outside the theatre and will be seated at a time that is both safe for them and our actors, after "The hills are alive". 

This production is proudly sponsored by:

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