Sing-Along Sound of Music
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for Sound of Music have expired.
The last date listed for Sound of Music was Friday August 22, 2003 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Segerstrom Hall:
- Full Price:
- $56.00 - $86.00
- Our Price:
- $29.50 - $46.00
For his Segerstrom Center debut, the "King of Romance" will sing his greatest hits, including "Release Me" and "Quando, Quando, Quando," as well as perform a virtual duet with Sir Elton John and other songs from his latest album, Engelbert Calling, his first duets CD. With four Grammy nominations, 24 platinum records, 63 gold records, a Golden Globe Award for Entertainer of the Year and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Engelbert Humperdinck is a legend in the music industry. The "premier voice of the 20th century" (London Times) -- he's sold more than 150 million records to date -- has recorded everything from romantic ballads like "After the Lovin'" to the platinum-selling song "Lesbian Seagull" from Beavis and Butt-Head Do America. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
“It’s a hoot…great family fun.” CNN.com
Special appearance by Charmain Carr, the original “Liesl.”
Admission includes a Fun Pak.
The Orange County Performing Arts Center will be filled with girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes, nuns, wicked baronesses, goat herders, brown paper packages tied up with string and hundreds of other favorite things…at the wildly popular Sing-A-Long Sound Of Music. It’s fun for the entire family as the audience is invited to dress up in Sound of Music inspired costumes and sing along during a showing of the legendary film.
Everyone receives a Fun Pak containing an artificial sprig of edelweiss, drapery fabric reminiscent of that used for the children’s lederhosen, and other fun items. The experience begins with a costume contest, so the audience is encouraged to be creative and outrageous! A special guest host then explains how to really get into the interactive spirit. The film is screened in full cinemascope with subtitles provided for song lyrics—even the Latin sung by the nuns. Then, as the film plays, the audience sings-a-long with the beloved Rodgers and Hammerstein songs. They’re also cued when to boo the Nazis, hiss the Baroness, bark at Rolf (Lisel’s boyfriend who treats her like a dog!) and, of course, cheer for Julie. It’s all great fun, and sure to become everyone’s favorite thing.