SOAP has just come off a successful run of The Sound of Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein in November – December 2008. They broke box office sales records, and had some of the largest audiences in 20 years. Take a look at some photos from the show!
Sister Margaretta, Sister Sophia and the Mother Abbess wonder “How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?”
Maria listens to the wisdom of the Mother Abbess.
Maria teaches the von Trapp children “Doe-A Deer” (Do Re Mi). Initially, they are reluctant pupils – that is, until Maria’s charm and gaiety inspires them to sing! Photo by Silvia Badger
Brigitta and Gretl von Trapp in their sailor suits.
So, what’s next for this busy troupe?
The South Okanagan Amateur Players hold auditions for the comedy Sand Mountain by Romulus Linney, a set of two Appalachian folk tales. Auditions will be on Wednesday April 22 at the Sonora Centre in Osoyoos and Thursday April 23 in “Big Blue” at the Quail’s Nest Arts Centre in Oliver. Auditions run 7 – 9 p.m. both evenings. Newcomers welcome. No audition piece required. Parts are available for men and women 20 – 60+ years and for one or two children aged 8 – 12 years. Backstage volunteers also required. The production runs during the third week of July at the Tinhorn Creek Winery Amphitheatre. Directors: Penelope Johnson and Diane Gludovatz. For audition information or advance copies of the script: 250-498-0183.
Photos by Penelope Johnson (except where noted above)