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The Sound of Music - ICW Productions
Directed by Mark Barford

Photos by Andrea Evans

The Sound of Music

By Rodgers & Hammerstein, Book by Lindsay & Crouse

Regal Theatre, July 2014

Director- Mark Barford

Musical Director- Ian Westrip

Set Designer- Sara Chirichilli

Costume Designer- Kristy Armstrong

Choreographer- Benjamin Franzen

Lighting Designer- Jenny Vila

Sound Designer- David Keys

Starring- Stephanie Gooch, Ian Cross, Nola Formentin, Igor Sas, Julia Hern, Jake Tolich, Elsie Gangmei, Grace Johnson, Natalie Fulcher, Ian Toyne, Donna Williams, Lauchlan Bain, Brian Dawson

Featuring- Chorus & Full Orchestra

Presented by- ICW Productions


'Sound of success for classic - From the first sounds of the nuns singing in the Nonnberg Abbey it is evident this production of the world's most familiar musical will be a class act. Our eyes and ears are on the characters because this is a character-driven show. Stephanie Gooch is completely engaging as Maria and her opera training allows her to negotiate Rodgers' masterfully melodious tunes with style, passion and humour. There is a lot to admire in this production's style, confidence and dramatic intensity. 4 stars' Ron Banks, The West Australian

'The Sound of Music opened to a deservedly enthusiastic reception at The Regal Theatre. This is a production with distinctly professional production values and a wonderfully lavish feel and is strongly directed with warmth by Mark Barford. The children are gorgeous. All are highly professional and establish distinct, well-rounded characters. The Sound of Music is an outstanding production with the standards you would expect of a professional Australian tour. This is an excellent choice for families looking for school holiday entertainment or for anyone wanting to enjoy beautiful musical theatre in Perth.' Kimberley Shaw, Stage Whispers

'‘The Sound of Music’ is currently playing at the Regal Theatre and it’s a great staging of the much loved musical. From its epic sets, to captivating performances and a huge cast – bigger than most big budget productions – this is a show that delivers. The cast of this production superbly claim the roles as their own and within minutes of the curtain rising you are absorbed by their performances. ‘The Sound of Music’ was a delightful and fun night of musical theatre, rush to see this one.' Graham Watson, Out in Perth

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