Studio Tenn Theatre Company’s forthcoming 2012-13 season continues to point the organization in the direction of familiar, tried-and-true dramas and musicals. Operating out of the historic Franklin Theatre, the company will present Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Big River, My Fair Lady and A Christmas Carol, plus a fall production of the courtroom classic Twelve Angry Men, staged with an eye toward enhanced realism at the Williamson County Courthouse. But before any of that happens, STTC mounts this Rodgers and Hammerstein favorite. In a move that has precedence, director Matt Logan has imported Broadway veterans for the leads, with Jessica Grové as Maria and Ben Davis as Captain Von Trapp. The rest of the cast features serious local talent — Nan Gurley, Marguerite Lowell Hall, Matthew Carlton, Shelean Newman, David Compton, Melodie Madden Adams, etc. — plus an array of younger players that includes recent Belmont University graduates Kelsey Self and Douglas Waterbury-Tieman (as Liesl and Rolf). Logan also serves as production designer, with choreography by Emily Tello, and Chris Rayis as musical director.