It's time for the results of Punorama - we take a story from the news, you write a punning headline.
This week it's news that after a nationwide hunt to find the perfect Maria for the £5m West End production of The Sound Of Music, Captain Von Trapp isn't up to scratch.
Just one week before the curtain rises on Andrew Lloyd Webber's new show the leading man, actor Simon Shepherd, has been dropped because of "creative differences".
People, you were in fine voice this week - and who knew how many Sound of Music fans there were among you! The songs that make up the soundtrack of the much-loved musical provided rich pickings for many punners.
Idlevice, by Cayley in Buenas Aires, didn't cast much light on the story, but we still liked it. On the same theme, and somewhat more instructive, was Idle Voice by Janet and Kieran Boyle.
Also popular were variations on Dole, my dear? The lead male, dear? - this offering, by Brian Saxby, being the best of a very good bunch, which also included Murray Milne's "...which brings us back to - DOH!!" and No-Way-He-Par-So-Pa-He-Go by Jer B, along with Doh! Oh Dear! (Mark H, Sue Lee and Dan Davies), D'oh! oh dear, a failed male diva (Helene Parry) and Doh! Oh Dear! A flee male near! (Tim Knott).
Others to make use of the The sound of boos (sic) songbook (thanks Pix6, Vienna) include How do you solve a problem like my career? (Niall Nugent and Tim McMahon), The hills are deprived (Danny Burke) and Right off the bill is the lowly Shepherd (Colin Nelson).
Inspired by what might have transpired backstage was Steve Hickman with Stormy Webber, Candace with Simon told "Exit, stage bereft" and Maria callous, by Simon Rooke.
Short and sweet, and all the better for it, was "I'll get my goat" (Mike in Newcastle upon Tyne, and Mark Starling). Don't get it? Perhaps it's time for a repeat viewing of the film. We hear the Captain's very good in it.
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