"Sound of Music” Songs will fill the auditorium this weekend at New Berlin's West Performing Arts Center
Posted: Jul 18, 2018 8:48 AM CDT
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New Berlin (CBS 58)--One of the most recognizable and regarded musicals of our time comes alive for one last weekend at the West Performing Arts Center in New Berlin. Maria, the von Trapps, and all the songs we know and love.
“Sound of Music” actually turns 60 this coming year. So artistic director Judy Smith thought this would be the perfect time to showcase this classical story of a nun living in Austria with a family she loves and then going on the run escaping from the Nazis.
There will be three performances this weekend, Friday and Saturday at 7 and then a matinee performance at 2 on Sunday. Tickets are still available. To order them click here.