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‘Sound of Music’ production exceeds high expectations

I’ve had my share of memorable experiences at the theater, but seeing the production of “The Sound of Music” last Thursday at the Different Stages Theatre in Huntington stands near – if not at – the top of that list.

This was a genuinely unique presentation of a theater classic – on a par with anything you’ll see this side of Broadway, or even on Broadway. What Joel Froomkin and Rich Najuch have done with the set, the staging and the production coordination is nothing short of astounding. The singing voices, the caliber of acting throughout the 27-member cast and the obvious engagement with the audience made this a memorable evening for me and those in my party.

We’re so glad we made the short drive to Huntington from Fort Wayne to take in a show that exceeded our already high expectations from our experience at Supper Club productions. We got our money’s worth – and more. You can count on us as regulars at future shows.

LARRY ROWLAND

Fort Wayne

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