Those still reeling from Carrie Underwood’s rather tone-deaf portrayal of Maria in NBC’s The Sound of Music Live! can scrub that memory away at a new production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music, which should infuse more life into the classic musical. Directed by Tony winner Jack O’Brien and starring up-and-coming soprano Kerstin Anderson, the story of the irrepressible nun sent to work as a governess for a stoic naval captain’s large brood is hitting the Boston Opera House, where the hills are alive once more March 29-April 10.
The Sound of Music plays through April 10 at the Boston Opera House, 539 Washington St., Boston (800-982-2787) broadwayinboston.com. Tickets start at $44