The hills are alive with the Sound of Music, presented by Washington High School.
Join Washington High School as they sweep the crowd back in time to Austria and the eve of World War II. On Friday, Nov. 17 and Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. as well as on Sunday, Nov. 19 at 2 p.m., the Washington Historic Auditorium will be alive once again with the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein melodies that have been sung for a thousand years.
The show that has won multiple Academy Awards, Golden Globes, and many other prestigious accolades is sure to entertain the entire family. Join the cast and crew for a weekend of showcasing the student-performers talent.
Getting tickets will be as simple as Do-Re-Mi. Visit whsoh.booktix.com to book a ticket. Prime reserved (blue) section tickets are $10. Reserved (green) section tickets are $6. There are several options to pay for tickets. The first is to use a credit card through the website link.
The second option is to visit the Washington High School Cafeteria Box Office during lunch hours (11:05 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.) the week of the show and pay with cash or check. Sign-in at the main office, and a staff member will help assist patrons to the WHS cafeteria to purchase tickets. The WHS Cafeteria Box Office will be open Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 15 and 16 (no school on Friday, Nov. 17.)
The third option is to visit the Historic Washington Auditorium Box Office at 303 E. Temple St. in Washington C.H. the week of the show (Monday through Thursday, Nov. 13-16 from 6 to 8 p.m.) and pay with cash or check.
Finally, the box office will open one hour and 30 minutes prior to the performances and tickets can be purchased using cash or a check prior to the show. For anyone who purchased pre-sale, on the night of the performance use the pre-sale line and a representative will either scan a printed ticket or look up ticket information to check in guests.
This production marks the 10th anniversary of the 2007 Washington Senior High School performance of the Sound of Music, so on Saturday, Nov. 18, the WHS Vocal Music and the Washington Alumni Association are teaming up to celebrate this occasion. Any student-performer, stage hand, or volunteer that was a part of that Jeanne Rosendahl production, visit the reunion Facebook page at www.facebook.com/events/1478234248960539