Cell Phones Were Used to Do This 26 Billion Times in 2018? IMPOSSIBLE TRIVIA
The hills are alive...you know the rest. Everyone's favorite tale of nannies, nuns and Nazis, The Sound of Music is coming to Caesars Atlantic City on a fresh North American tour.
The last show written by legendary duo Rodgers and Hammerstein, this iconic musical boasts a score which reads like a greatest hits of musical theatre, with songs including 'My Favorite Things', 'Edelweiss and Do-Re-Mi'. It's inspired an Oscar-winning movie, a TV talent show and, as the 18 million viewers who tuned in to see NBC's live special prove, remains an incredibly popular piece of American pop culture.
While everyone knows the story off by heart, that doesn't mean that there's nothing new to be said about The Sound of Music. Helming this tour is Jack O'Brien (Hairspray), one of Broadway's most accomplished directors, who's seeking to strip away some of the more kitschy elements which have become attached to the musical over the years. The three time Tony Award winner told the New York Times that he's not "trotting out your mother's version."
Lite Rock 96.9 WFPG is giving you the chance to win tickets to see The Sound of Music live on stage at Caesars. To win, play Impossible Trivia weekdays at 7:20am on the Lite Rock Morning Show with Eddie Davis.
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Today's Impossible Trivia question: Cell phones were used to do this 26 billion times in 2018, a 46% increase over 2017. What is it?
The answer? Watch this short video to find out this answer....