Travel back to the Von Trapp era with Salzburg Gazette
Somewhere in the1938 chapter of the Austro-German history are the Von Trapp Family Singers. Amidst Germany's annexing over Austria, Italy winning the World Cup, and Adolf Hitler as Time Magazine's Man of the Year, Maria, Captain Georg von Trapp, and their kids made headlines with their participation at the Kaltzberg Festival.
As Resorts World Manila goes back to the Von Trapp decade with the staging of The Sound of Music, we decided to time travel in full. Turning back in time may be impossible, but with remembering at least, we can. Let’s do it with the help of the Salzburg Gazette, The Sound of Music’s playbill and official souvenir program.
Discover the major events of 1938 that changed the world in the first edition of the Salzburg Gazette, now up for grabs at the Newport Performing Arts Theater (NPAT).
Featuring articles on wide-scope topics including the era’s debuts, discoveries, world records and champions, the Salzburg Gazette also features the stellar cast and unrivaled production team of the timeless tale that captured the hearts of multiple theater habitués.
Eager enough to be in the know? Hurry, buy your copies now from the newspaperman that awaits you at the vestibule of NPAT. Don’t be extra late catching up 1938 news!
The Sound of Music runs until December 11, 2011 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater and shown every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (8:00 PM), Saturday (3:00 PM & 8:00 PM) and Sunday (3:00 PM). Tickets are at P2,000, P1,700, P1,300, and P1,000.