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Blue Ridge HS Presents | The Sound of Music

PINETOP-Blue Ridge High School (BRHS) Performing Arts proudly presents Rogers and Hammerstein’s incredible musical, The Sound of Music. Performances begin on Thursday, January 26.

The show will be filled with music and fun, featuring a trove of cherished songs, including “Climb Every Mountain,” “My Favorite Things,” “Do Re Mi,” “Sixteen Going on Seventeen,” and the title number, The Sound of Music that won the hearts of audiences worldwide. 

The Sound of Music Performed by Blue Ridge High School Dress Rehearsal.
The Sound of Music dress rehearsal by Blue Ridge High School

The Blue Ridge High School musical is being accepted into the ASU Gammage High School Theatre Awards. 

The ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards recognizes and celebrates high school students and faculty who produce musical theatre programs. Over the school year, schools are adjudicated in 14 performance and tech categories. Awards can include best actress, best actor, best vocalist, and more.

“BRHS is so proud to be accepted into this competition; the production will be enjoyable for all,” said Dr. Theresa Dick, Orchestra/Choir Director and Fine Arts Chair at Blue Ridge High School.

The musical performance is a double cast for some roles, featuring Brooke Horne and Kate Jensen as postulant Maria Rainer. Alyssa Evans and Georgia Kerr as Liesl. Porter Cox as Captain Georg von Trapp and James Fawcett as Rolf Gruber. Santiago Santana as Max Detweiller, and Maddie Wahlin and Grace Smithson as Baroness Schraeder.

Blue Ridge High School student Brooke Horne prepares for her role as Maria
Blue Ridge High School student Brooke Horne prepares for her role as Maria.

Regardless of whether someone has seen every rendition of The Sound of Music or knows nothing about the classic musical, the talented Blue Ridge High School students are sure to give a masterful performance that everyone should witness.

Performance Times:
Thursday – Saturday, January 25, 26 & 27, at 7 P.M.
Thursday and Friday, February 1 & 2, at 7 P.M.
Saturday, matinee only, February 3, at 2 P.M.

Tickets are $5 at the door.

 

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