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Guests of "The Sound of Music" at The Next Cool Event

“The Sound of Music” exhibit at The Next Cool Event had a few very special visitors during the 2 day design extravaganza.

Dan Truhitte, an original cast member of the movie, “The Sound of Music”, appeared as a featured guest of Barbara Heil-Sonnek and “The Sound of Music” team at the industry event. Most people know Truhitte best from his role as Rolf Gruber, the young German officer who captured our hearts singing “Sixteen Going on Seventeen” in the classic film.

This theater veteran was joined at the exhibit by Sarah Morgann, an international recording artist who sings in several languages and is currently promoted and signed by labels throughout Asia, Europe, Australia, and Canada.

She and Truhitte recently appeared together in “The Better Side of Life”, where they presented an evening of song and dance in January. They pair has worked together for many years and have known one another since Morgann was a child. She began performing at the age of six and Truhitte, her vocal coach at the time, encouraged her to pursue a professional career.

The singing duo weren’t the only featured visitors of the movie themed set. Dr. John visited with the Cabbage Patch “Von Trapp” kids. The “Von Trapp” kids came to play at the exhibit during the day on Saturday prior to the VIP Gala that evening. Guests that viewed the set were delighted by the addition of the sweet dolls around the set.

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