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'The Sound of Music'

Everest produces popular musical as fall production

12:57 PM, Nov. 12, 2013  |  Comments
Carly Lassa sings as Maria in D.C. Everest's production of 'The Sound of Music' which ran Nov. 7 to10.
Carly Lassa sings as Maria in D.C. Everest's production of 'The Sound of Music' which ran Nov. 7 to10.
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D.C. Everest Senior High School's Drama Department presented "The Sound of Music" Nov. 7 through 10 in the school auditorium.

The classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical was co-directed by Bryan Gerrish and Wendy Vesper.

Set in 1938 and based on a true story, the play follows Maria Rainer, a high-spirited postulant at Nonnberg Abbey in Austria, who is sent to serve as governess for the seven children of a widowed, retired naval captain. Maria brings music and laughter back to the home. When she realizes her growing love for the captain conflicts with her intention to become a nun, she abruptly returns to the abbey. But her Mother Abbess convinces Maria to face her fears and follow her destiny. Eventually, the captain and Marie marry, then must lead their family away from Nazi-occupied Austria.

Carly Lassa portrayed Maria Rainer, and Dylan Hartwig played Captain Georg von Trapp. They were supported by Nicholas Giordano as the captain's friend Max, Breanna Jagodzinski as love-interest Elsa Schrader, and Jordyn Thompson as the Mother Abbess. The children were portrayed by Chelsea Strebe, Ian Baeten, Emma Baeten, Alex Duhaime, Emily Vesper, Isabelle Waller and Addie Baeten. Austin Paul played Liesl's love-interest, and Xai Yang was the Nazi Admiral von Schreiber.

 

 

 

 

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