“The Sound of Music” presented by Schuylerville Community Theater this weekend is a real delight. I went because my friend and colleague Beverly McKim and her husband, Dale, were in the cast. But as good as they were, especially Dale -- who can’t help but command the stage, whether singing or just acting – the whole cast of kids and adults oozed talent. All of the youngsters did well, but Anna Belden as Gretl, the youngest of the seven von Trapp children, was a scene-stealer. Even if I hadn’t known a soul in the cast, I would have found the show truly entertaining and well worth the $20 admission. You still have time to catch the show at 7:30 tonight (April 9) or at 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon (April 10) at the Schuylerville High School Auditorium. Just head east out Route 29 (Lake Avenue); it’s less than 10 miles from downtown Saratoga Springs. Read more about the show at http://www.saratogian.com/
; Thursday's What's Happening section featured the families involved in this community theater production.
Labels: Sound of Music; Schuylerville Community Theater