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The hills are alive...

Our hills will be alive with the Sound Of Music next fall 2013.

Shoreline Musical Theatre Society has just purchased the rights to produce The Sound of Music.

Auditions will take place at the end of August with production on November 28, 29 and 30.  Shoreline is very fortunate and grateful to have Heather Gordon Murphy as director/choreographer and Kristy Miller as musical director donating their talent, expertise and considerable time to the project.

Although all personnel connected with the production will be volunteering their skills and time, the budget is still projected to be $20,000 (royalties are $7,000 and the Tidemark rent is $7,000).

Hencem Shoreline is currently fundraising.

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