Immersive Staging of The Sound of Music Will Take Audiences Into the Hills

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Brian Clowdus directs the site-specific production that will be set within Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains.
Brian Clowdus
Brian Clowdus

Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains will transport audiences into the Austrian Alps this fall in a new site-specific production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic musical The Sound of Music, which will run September 5–29 at Wintergreen Resort.

Brian Clowdus, the ambitious artistic director of Georgia’s Serenbe Playhouse, who has become known for his large-scale, outdoor productions, conceives and directs the production that will carry audiences on a ski lift into a remote, mountaintop location where the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical will unfold.

Exclusive First Look at Serenbe Playhouse's Vaudeville-Inspired Ragtime

The production will incorporate national and local talent.

Performances will take place Thursdays through Fridays at 7 PM, with 2 PM matinees on Saturdays and Sundays.

Tickets range $50–$60. Click here to purchase.

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