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The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre brings the International Broadway Musical Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘The Sound of Music’ to India for the first time

Mumbai: The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre is presenting Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘The Sound of Music’, one of the most successful and loved Broadway musicals ever.

Produced and managed by Broadway International Group, ‘The Sound of Music’ is a 5-time Tony Award winning show that marks the debut of not just the musical but also international Broadway in India. Based in Austria of the 1930s, it portrays the triumph of the human spirit through music, romance, and happiness over conflict. The classic production, which has Simone Genatt and Marc Routh as Executive Producers and Eric Cornell as its General Manager, features 26 iconic songs like ‘My Favorite Things’, ‘Do Re Mi’, ‘The Hills are Alive’ and ‘Sixteen Going on Seventeen’.

Speaking on the occasion, Founder & Chairperson Mrs. Nita M Ambani said, “We are delighted to present ‘The Sound of Music’ as the first ever international Broadway musical in India, at the Cultural Centre! We showcased the best of India in ‘The Great Indian Musical’, and now we are thrilled to bring one of the most loved international musicals of all time to India.”

“I have always believed art spreads hope and happiness. The Sound of Music is a joyful and timeless classic. I hope the people of Mumbai and India enjoy it with their families and children.”, she added.

The Grand Theatre’s 2000-seater space provides the perfect venue for the musical – transporting the audience to the 1930s in Austria with scenic backgrounds, live orchestra, and live singing on stage. ‘The Sound of Music’ promises to be an unmissable extravaganza of love, laughter and music – ensuring that you don’t have to travel outside India for an international experience this summer.

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