Tickets to community production of 'Sound of Music' available online

World-renowned showtunes and brightly colored costumes, cute children dancing and Austrians romancing — if these are a few of your favorite things, then the Nolan Center’s upcoming production of “The Sound of Music” might be the perfect way to spend your weekend.

Director Tom Jenkins praised the cast and crew for the “tremendous effort” they have put into the show over the past few months. The child actors, in particular, have impressed him with their “great memories” and their ability to nail complex singing and dancing numbers like “Do-Re-Mi.”

“I think we have a great show,” he said. “And I hope the community supports it so in the future there can be more shows.”

There will be an evening performance on Friday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m., and a matinee on Saturday, Dec. 3, at 4 p.m. Tickets cost $20.

Though the film version of the musical clocks in at a whopping three hours, the shortened theatrical version that the Nolan Center is using runs for about 90 minutes.

Each performance has a seating capacity of 230 and tickets are already selling quick. An hour after Nolan Center Director Cyni Crary posted the event on Facebook, 13 tickets had already sold.

To purchase tickets, visit

Because of strict licensing contracts for community theater, the show will likely not be available for streaming. However, Crary plans to reach out to the licenser to determine whether they are willing to be flexible. She will keep the community updated on the streaming status of the show via Facebook.


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