Rodgers and Hammerstein’s much-loved musical South Pacific is coming to the Redeemer University College stage.
The music and theatre arts departments present the story of American military personnel stationed on an island in the South Pacific during the Second World War, until Saturday, Feb. 2.
The musical promises to be a hit for fans of all ages because it combines award-winning Broadway musical numbers, dancing, historical references and humour on a colourful and elaborate stage.
The play is directed by Raymond Louter, with musical direction by Paul Thorlakson, both of whom serve on Redeemer’s faculty. The actors are Redeemer students and alumni, and the orchestra consists of Redeemer students and a number of community players.
For more information, visit www.redeemer.ca/southpacific.