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DON'T MISS!: SOUNDS GREAT
THE hall is aliiiiive with “The Sound of Music” — Carnegie Hall, that is, which is hosting a one-night gala concert of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic Tuesday at 8.
And the cast is loaded: Laura Osnes as Maria, Tony Goldwyn as Captain von Trapp, Brooke Shields as his baroness gal pal, and opera star Stephanie Blythe as the mother superior.
Keep an eye out for Max Detweiler, the von Trapps’ impresario friend: He’s played by Patrick Page, pulling a 180 from his regular gig as the Green Goblin in “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.”
“I first watched ‘Sound of Music’ when my wife, Paige Davis, played Maria in Pittsburgh a few years ago,” Page admits.
His strategy: Not being awed by the score. “The best thing is to treat it as if it was a brand-new thing that just came in your mailbox,” he says.
Tickets: $55 to $200; Seventh Avenue at 57th Street; 212-247-7800, carnegiehall.org
— Elisabeth Vincentelli