Lara Boyle shines in the Sound of Music

LHC teacher and Head of Facility Creativity, Lara Boyle shines in the Sound of Music production.

Congratulations to LHC teacher and Head of Facility Creativity, Lara Boyle who is performing the lead role of Maria in the upcoming production of the Sound of Music at the Twelfth Night Theatre.

Lara has received rave reviews for her performance, to read these see below:

Lara Boyle played Maria with extraordinary grace and charm. Boyle’s vocals were off the charts all night and seemed to get better with every song, which is impressive considering the strong start in her opening song. Boyle’s characterisation of the treasured character was compelling and carefully thought out. Lara shone on stage and had a brilliant way of making others around her shine also- a quality only a seasoned performer can hold. Boyle was particularly good when she was with the Von Trapp children. I was blown away by the way she lifted scenes with her witty character choices by injecting just the right amount of humour into the dialogue.

Boyle led ‘Do-Re-Mi’ to perfection which ultimately became one of my favourite performances of the night.
Review - The Sound of Music: A charming tribute to a treasured show (

In her first production for QMT, Lara Boyle is pitch perfect as Maria, capturing her rebellious streak and sense of fun, with an impeccable vocal on the key show tunes ‘The Sound of Music’, ‘My Favourite Things’ and ‘Do-Re-Me’. You really feel her love for the Von Trapp children, and dedication to their father.
The Sound of Music | Stage Whispers