Michael Nigro, a Cranford high School freshman, starred in NBC’s live production of “The Sound of Music” starring Carrie Underwood on Dec. 6.
Nigro played the role of Friedrich von Trapp.
On Thursday evening, The Kilkenny House in Cranford hosted a viewing party of the “The Sound of Music” to celebrate Nigro’s involvement. The family was at Kilkenny to watch Michael's debut (see photo).
"When I found out that Michael Nigro would be starring in Live on TV, we decided to put the movie on our big screens with sound so that all of his friends and fans can watch it together,” owner of The Kilkenny House, Barry O’Donovan, said. “All of us in the Cranford community are so proud of Michael."
Last holiday season, Nigro was in the production of the 85th Radio City Christmas Spectacular. In the musical, he sang a solo as a boy traveling to the North Pole to understand the meaning of Christmas.
His other credits include, "Guys and Dolls," "Les Miserables," "Oliver," "New Voices" and "The Nerd."
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