Frome Amateur Operatic Society
The hills of Frome will be alive with the Sound of Music when the much loved Rodgers and Hammerstein production comes to the Frome Memorial Theatre from May 14 to May 18 as performed by the Frome Amateur Operatic Society.
With a string of the best known songs ever written for musical theatre including How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?, Lonely Goatherd, My Favourite Things and of course the title song this will undoubtedly be one of the most popular shows performed at Frome's premier entertainment complex for many years.
The excitement within the society is huge as one of the biggest casts in many years prepares for this massive production all under the careful eye of director Phil Courage from Bradford on Avon who last directed the society in the award winning production of Jesus Christ Superstar.
He is joined in the creative team by Musical Director Kerry Bishop, an old favourite with the Society, and newcomer Amy Morgan Bell as choreographer, who is probably best known for her successes at The Merlin Theatre.
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This is promising to be a winning team already and the fruits of their efforts will be well worth seeing in May.
Ticket sales are already up on those of previous years with approaching 25 per cent of tickets already sold and so the society is hoping for a sell out.
The cast is made up of both familiar faces like Nevil Poole as Captain von Trapp, Jo Plenty as Mother Abbas and Andrew Carpenter as Max together with relatively new faces such as Tabi Cox as Maria and Rachel Swann as The Countess and this always makes good viewing for local audiences.
They are joined by two teams of children and an array of nuns and Nazis in a cast list that is a who's who of local theatrical talent.
To book tickets call the box office on 012373 462795.