The musical features the all-time favorite songs of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, like “The Sound of Music”, “Sixteen Going on Seventeen”, “My Favorite Things”, “Climb Ev’ry Mountain” and “Do-Re-Mi”.
Watching this show with your family is a great way to introduce the younger generation to this classic. Don’t miss it!
The state-of-the-art Newport Performing Arts Theater (in Resorts World Manila) is where The Sound of Music is staged. The 30m x 8m LED background screen is utilized well in bringing the audience to The Sound of Music scenes. The acoustics are a bit poor, though, depending on where you sit.
Here is a photo essay of the show’s various songs and performances:
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Congratulations to Tanya Manalang as Liesl von Trapp, Paolo Ocampo as Friedrich von Trapp, Dana Sianghio as Louisa von Trapp, Anton Posadas as Kurt von Trapp, Atasha Muhlach as Brigitta von Trapp, Thea Zamesa as Marta von Trapp, and Alexa Villaroel as Gretl von Trapp!
SHOW SCHEDULE (starts on October 15, 2011):
|Saturday||3 PM / 8 PM|
Get your tickets now!
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Tickets are available at the Resorts World Manila Box Office and all TicketWorld outlets.
Call the Resorts World Manila Tourist/Visitor Hotline at 836-6333, 908-8833
or TicketWorld at 811-9999 for more information.
Live an Awesome Life,
Full Disclosure: We were invited to the press preview of The Sound of Music last Oct. 14 @ Resorts World Manila.
P.S. Here are some tips if you are bringing your kids:
- Kids 3 years old and above are OK to watch the show.
- No food and drinks are allowed inside. Bring some candies for the kids.
- It’s a good thing that the arm rests can be raised so that the kids can lie down, if needed.
- The show is very long with a total running time of 3 hours (with a 15-minute intermission).
- The last part of the show is not as exciting as the first, so the kids will probably be asleep by then.