The Sound of Music Sing-Along
The Sound of Music Sing-Along With Subtitles
The hills will definitely be alive with The Sound of Music
at this interactive screening of the film favorite, featuring a fancy dress competition, sing-along subtitles, a "magic moments" fun pack and more. The evening's host leads you through all the pre-show activities, including a vocal warm-up and a primer on when to boo and throw your provided props at the screen (when Nazis appear) and when to cheer (uh ... when Julie shows up). Then you'll enjoy this classic movie in all its Technicolor glory on the big screen and sing along to memorable Rodgers & Hammerstein tunes like "Favorite Things," "Edelweiss," "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" and the title song. Costumes are strongly encouraged, of course, so break out the lederhosen and enjoy this participatory event.
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The last date listed for The Sound of Music Sing-Along was Sunday August 10, 2014 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Las Vegas Little Theatre
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It's an epic battle of the composers as the famed musical prodigy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart squares…
Quotes & Highlights
- “You wouldn’t want to miss a monumental feat of interactive fun that somehow taps into a piece of shared past.” —Toronto Star
- “For anyone who believes that The Sound of Music shows Hollywood at its most hopelessly square, what could be more bracing than to see it reborn as a Dadist art happening?” —The New Yorker
The show lasts about 3 hours 50 mins, with an intermission.
Dressing up is not compulsory, but is encouraged. There is a fancy dress competition where the best costumes are chosen by the audience and the winner is rewarded with a small prize. The object is not the winning however, rather the experience of dressing up and the taking part.
About the Ticket Supplier: Las Vegas Little Theatre
Las Vegas Little Theatre, an amateur theatre company founded in 1978 by Jack Bell and Jack Nickolson, is Southern Nevada's oldest community theatre. It launched performances in a converted storefront with an initial seating capacity of 48. Their mission has always been to increase the awareness of theatre arts in Southern Nevada, provide quality productions, and to offer educational, hands-on opportunities in all facets of theatre production.