Sound of Music Sing-Along a fundraiser for Comox Valley Healthcare Foundation

Nonnberg Abbey is the scene and as the theatre darkens, we hear the bells of Nonnberg Abbey and the feminine voices chanting Dexit Dominus. The nuns kneel, bow their heads, then rise and go about their business. But somebody is missing…what do you do about a problem like Maria?

This loveable and inspiring Sound of Music Sing-Along is coming to the Sid Williams Theatre on Saturday, Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. and is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Courtenay. This lively and truly wonderful version of the 1959 Rogers and Hammerstein production with the song lyrics on the bottom of the screen invite everyone to dress in character for a chance to win great prizes for best costumes.

Tickets are $25 and are on sale at the Sid Williams box office or online at

All proceeds go to the Comox Valley Healthcare Foundation, maternal child care and pediatrics.

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