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Local Kids Perform in 'The Sound of Music' at Tarrytown Music Hall July 28 and 29 and August 4 and 5 PDF Print Email


By Amanda Acard, Marketing Manager, Random Farms Kids’ Theater

Jul. 19, 2017:  The Random Farms Kids’ Theater will present The Sound of Music (GTK version) at the Tarrytown Music Hall July 28 and July 29 and August 4 and 5, 2017. Over 100 children will perform in four casts, including six local Bronxville, Chapel School, and St. Joseph students. 

Olivia Conniff (Bronxville School) will play the role of Maria von Trapp in Cast A; Simone DiNota (Chapel School) will play the roles of Sister Catherine and the Baroness von Lieben in Cast B; Vivian DiNota (Chapel School) will play the role of the Lonely Goatherd in Cast B; Molly Bishop (St. Joseph School) will play the role of the Mother Abbess in Cast C; Maggie Lockwood (Bronxville School) will play the roles of Sister Sophia and Baroness Waldburg in Cast C; and Alice O’Connell (Bronxville School) will play the role of Liesl von Trapp in Cast D.

Performance dates and times are as follows:

Friday, July 28:  11:00 am (Cast B)
Friday, July 28:  7:00 pm (Cast A) 
Saturday, July 29:  1:00 pm (Cast A)
Saturday, July 29:  7:00 pm (Cast B)
Friday, August 4:  11:00 am (Cast D)
Friday, August 4:  7:00 pm (Cast C)
Saturday, August 5:  1:00 pm (Cast C)
Saturday, August 5:  7:00 pm (Cast D)

Tickets are $16 for children and seniors, $18 for adults, and $23 for premium seats (first four rows, center orchestra). To reserve seats, click here. Tickets will also be available at the door. Discounts are available for groups of 20 or more. For more information, visit the Random Farms Kids' Theater's website at

Pictured here (L to R):  Maggie Lockwood, Simone and Vivian DiNota (their mom choreographed the Bronxville Middle School musical), Olivia Conniff, Alice O’Connell, and Molly Bishop.

Photo courtesy Amanda Acard, Marketing Manager, Random Farms Kids’ Theater



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