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Drury Lane Theatre
100 Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181
630-530-8300
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We stopped in the bar before the show. The appetizer menu was irresistible. Since we couldn't finish before the show started, the bar tender saved the remainder and had fresh cocktails ready for us at intermission. it was very nice
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There is ample dining in the area in nearby Oakbrook Center or down the road near Yorktown.
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"The Sound of Music"
14 ratings
4.8 average rating
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17 reviews
18 stars
attended Nov 18 2011

Fantastic performance! One of my favorite musicals, and on stage was excellent! Voices were great! I loved it when the audience booed the nazis during the curtain call!

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14 reviews
95 stars
attended Nov 11 2011

Best production of Sound of Music I have seen. Hearing the actress who plays Mother Abbess sing is worth the price of admission - she has an amazing voice. Play is a little long, so be prepared for that. Good sets, good costumes, great music --...continued

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10 reviews
2 stars
attended Nov 11 2011

"Sound of Music" at Drury Lane Oakbrook was superb in acting, singing, and stage sets. Even the children were very professional. The play had two extra songs not in the movie. Drury Lane is a comfortable theater and even though we were in the...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“One of the most theatrically imaginative, emotionally enthralling, politically and romantically sophisticated shows now on any stage east or west of Broadway.” -Chicago Sun Times
“A fresh, spontaneous and thoroughly wonderful production of The Sound of Music, in which the hills could not be more alive.” -Chicago Tribune