Cast members from Clemmons, Lewisville in Little Theatre’s production of The Sound of Music

Published 12:00 am Thursday, June 16, 2022

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Angela Hodges of Clemmons and Elizabeth Shteinberg of Lewisville are in the cast for The Little Theatre’s production of “The Sound of Music.”
Hodges is playing Frau Schmidt and Shteinberg is playing Brigitta von Trapp.

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Angela Hodges of Clemmons is playing Frau Schmidt in the Little Theater’s production of The Sound of Music

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Elizabeth Shteinberg of Lewisville is playing Brigitta von Trapp in the Little Theater’s production of The Sound of Music.

Shows will run June 16-19 and 23-26 at the Hanesbrands Theatre, 209 N. Spruce Street in Winston-Salem.

Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 pm; Saturday and Sunday matinees are at 2 pm. There is also a special “sing along” performance on Wednesday, June 22, at 7:30 pm. Tickets range from $14-26 for adults (plus taxes/fees), with discounts for students, seniors, and groups of 10 or more. Tickets are available online at or by calling the box office at 336-725-4001 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from noon-4 pm.

The final musical written by super-duo Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, The Sound of Music is one of the most beloved musicals of all time.

Set in Austria in 1938, an exuberant young governess brings music and joy back to a broken family, only to face danger and intrigue as the Nazis gain power.

The Sound of Music features a trove of cherished songs, including “Edelweiss,” “Climb Ev’ry Mountain,” and “My Favorite Things.”

The production became an immediate hit with audiences worldwide. It went on to earn five Tony Awards for the 1959 Broadway production, which featured Mary Martin as Maria, and five Oscars for the 1965 film, starring Julie Andrews.

“To paraphrase the show’s iconic heroine, I have trouble remembering a time before my heart was blessed with the Sound of Music, and yet, its soaring melodies and timeless story remain just as relevant today,” director Seph Schonekas said. “To those, like me, who cherish memories of watching curtain-clad children dancing through Salzburg alongside Maria, I invite you to join us. I hope that you will enjoy the show as much as we’ve enjoyed putting it together, and that you’ll share it with a new generation.”