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Hey all,

For this episode of Stagelights, Rachel and I covered The Sound of Music, specifically the 1965 film.  We are both huge fans of this musical, and I love Julie Andrews with the passion of 1,000 burning suns.  We specifically chose this musical because Rachel was studying it that week in her Intro to Film Studies class and I had studied it last semester in Film Musicals.  We were inspired by the original movie poster for our poster this week, and I tried my best to emulate the exact look of it.  While we definitely played the traditional and common songs, such as “The Sound of Music,” “Do Re Mi,” and “So Long, Farewell,” we also gave specific time to our favorite songs, “Edelweiss” and “Climb Er’ry Mountain.”  Look out for our posts on social media where we’ll announce next week’s musical!


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