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The Sound of Music
Opening Date: November 27, 1993    
Closing Date: May 21, 1995

Category: Musical, Drama, Revival, National Tour
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Austria. Early in 1938.



Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Robert Young, Nick Litrenta and Jon B. Platt; Produced in association with Pace Theatrical Group
Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse; Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Suggested by 'The Story of the Trapp Family Singers' by Maria Augusta Trapp; Musical Director: Richard Parrinello
Directed by James Hammerstein; Musical Staging by Joel Bishoff
Scenic Design by Neil Peter Jampolis; Costume Design by Jonathan Bixby; Lighting Design by Neil Peter Jampolis; Sound Design by Duncan Edwards; Hair Design by Jean Block; Sound Effects Designer: Ben Rubin; Associate Costume Design: Gregory Gale
Executive Producer: Robert V. Straus; General Manager: Robert V. Straus Productions; Company Manager: David R. Calhoun
Production Supervisor: Steve Cochrane; Production Stage Manager: John Actman; Stage Manager: Dan Hild
Associate Conductor: Jerry Williams ; Pianist: Jerry Williams
Casting: Stuart Howard and Amy Schecter; General Press Representative: Smyth/Katzen, Inc.; National Press Representative: Cissy Segall; Tour Direction: The Booking Office, Inc.; Dance Captain: Jane Labanz; Photographer: Neal Preston
Cast
Marie Osmond
Maria Rainer
a postulant at Nonnberg Abbey
Claudia Cummings
The Mother Abbess
Keir Dullea
Captain Georg von Trapp
(Nov 27, 1993 - Dec 1993)
Jane Seaman
Elsa Schraeder
John Tillotson
Max Detweiler
(Nov 27, 1993 - Aug 28, 1994)
David Barron
Franz
the butler
Richard H. Blake
Rolf Gruber
Stephen Blosil
Kurt von Trapp
Marilynn Bogetich
Ensemble
Jill Bosworth
Sister Berthe
Mistress of Novices
Laura Bundy
Louisa von Trapp
Jacy DeFilippo
Marta von Trapp
Buck Dietz
Ensemble
Debra Dominiak
Ensemble
Vanessa Dorman
Liesl von Trapp
Sarah Downs
Ensemble
Lisa Faletto
Ensemble
Nicole Halmos
Ensemble
Kelly Karbacz
Ensemble
Erik McCormack
Friedrich von Trapp
Richard Neilson
Admiral von Schreiber
Georga Osborne
Sister Sophia
Elizabeth Owens
Frau Schmidt
the housekeeper
Jim Oyster
Baron Elberfeld
Meredyth Rawlins
Ensemble
Mary Lou Reiner
Ensemble
Mary C. Sheehan
Sister Margaretta
Mistress of Postulants
Barbara Smith-Davis
Ensemble
Garrett States
Herr Zeller
Lisbeth Zelle
Gretl von Trapp
Sara Zelle
Brigitta von Trapp
Swings: Jack Gianino and Jane Labanz
Standby: Heather Ann Harmer (Gretl von Trapp, Marta von Trapp) and Edward Martin (Friedrich von Trapp, Kurt von Trapp)
Understudies: David Barron (Max Detweiler), Marilynn Bogetich (Frau Schmidt), Jill Bosworth (The Mother Abbess), Laura Bundy (Brigitta von Trapp), Buck Dietz (Rolf Gruber), Debra Dominiak (Sister Sophia), Sarah Downs (Maria Rainer), Jack Gianino (Admiral von Schreiber, Franz, Herr Zeller), Nicole Halmos (Elsa Schraeder), Kelly Karbacz (Liesl von Trapp, Louisa von Trapp), Jim Oyster (Admiral von Schreiber, Franz, Herr Zeller), Mary Lou Reiner (Sister Berthe), Barbara Smith-Davis (Sister Margaretta) and Garrett States (Captain Georg von Trapp)
ACT 1 Sung By
Preludium Nuns
The Sound of Music Maria Rainer
Maria The Mother Abbess, Sister Berthe, Sister Sophia and Sister Margaretta
My Favorite Things Maria Rainer and The Mother Abbess
Do-Re-Mi Maria Rainer and Children
Sixteen Going on Seventeen Liesl von Trapp and Rolf Gruber
The Lonely Goatherd Maria Rainer and Children
How Can Love Survive? Max Detweiler and Elsa Schraeder
The Sound of Music (Reprise) Captain Georg von Trapp and Children
So Long, Farewell Children
Rex Admirabilis Nuns
Climb Ev'ry Mountain The Mother Abbess
ACT 2 Sung By
No Way to Stop It Elsa Schraeder, Max Detweiler and Captain Georg von Trapp
An Ordinary Couple Maria Rainer and Captain Georg von Trapp
Processional The Mother Abbess and Nuns
Sixteen Going on Seventeen (Reprise) Maria Rainer and Liesl von Trapp
The Concert: Do-Re-Mi Maria Rainer, Captain Georg von Trapp and Children
Edelweiss Captain Georg von Trapp, Maria Rainer and Children
So Long, Farewell (Reprise) Maria Rainer, Captain Georg von Trapp and Children
Climb Ev'ry Mountain (Reprise) The Mother Abbess and Nuns
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Nov 15, 1994 - Nov 20, 1994 Fox Theatre Atlanta, GA
Nov 11, 1994 - Nov 13, 1994 Birmingham-Jefferson Concert Hall Birmingham, AL
Nov 8, 1994 - Nov 10, 1994 War Memorial Auditorium Greensboro, NC
Nov 1, 1994 - Nov 6, 1994 Providence Performing Arts Center Providence, RI
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Aug 23, 1994 - Aug 28, 1994 Seattle Center Opera House Seattle, WA
Aug 9, 1994 - Aug 21, 1994 Pantages Theatre - Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA
Aug 2, 1994 - Aug 7, 1994 San Diego Civic Theatre San Diego, CA
Jul 26, 1994 - Jul 31, 1994 Music Hall At Fair Park Dallas, TX
Jul 12, 1994 - Jul 24, 1994 Ordway Center For The Performing Arts St. Paul, MN
Jul 5, 1994 - Jul 10, 1994 Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts Toronto, ON
Jun 28, 1994 - Jul 3, 1994 Broward Center For The Performing Arts Fort Lauderdale, FL
Jun 22, 1994 - Jun 26, 1994 Starlight Theatre Kansas City, MO
Jun 7, 1994 - Jun 19, 1994 Wang Theatre at the Boch Center Boston, MA
May 24, 1994 - May 29, 1994 Connor Palace Cleveland, OH
May 17, 1994 - May 22, 1994 Chrysler Hall Norfolk, VA
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Apr 19, 1994 - May 1, 1994 Warner Theatre Washington, DC
Apr 12, 1994 - Apr 17, 1994 Arie Crown Theater Chicago, IL
Apr 8, 1994 - Apr 10, 1994 Orpheum Theatre - Memphis Memphis, TN
Apr 5, 1994 - Apr 7, 1994 Robinson Center Music Hall Little Rock, AR
Mar 9, 1994 - Mar 27, 1994 Fisher Theatre Detroit, MI
Mar 1, 1994 - Mar 6, 1994 Cashman Theatre Las Vegas, NV
Feb 1, 1994 - Feb 27, 1994 Orpheum Theatre - San Francisco San Francisco, CA
Jan 25, 1994 - Jan 30, 1994 Saroyan Theatre Fresno, CA
Jan 18, 1994 - Jan 23, 1994 Majestic Theatre - San Antonio San Antonio, TX
Dec 21, 1993 - Jan 2, 1994 Forrest Theatre Philadelphia, PA
Dec 7, 1993 - Dec 19, 1993 Shubert Performing Arts Center New Haven, CT
Nov 27, 1993 - Dec 5, 1993 Lyric Opera House Baltimore, MD