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Cedar Springs Community Players to present musical Nunsense

 

The “Sisters” of Nunsense (l-r): Sr. Mary Leo (Erica Czerski), Sr. Mary Amnesia (Anna Ambrose), Sr. Robert Ann (Lauren Forman), Sr. Mary Hubert (Katie Zank), and Rev. Mother Mary Regina (Laura Johnson).

The “Sisters” of Nunsense (l-r): Sr. Mary Leo (Erica Czerski), Sr. Mary Amnesia (Anna Ambrose), Sr. Robert Ann (Lauren Forman), Sr. Mary Hubert (Katie Zank), and Rev. Mother Mary Regina (Laura Johnson).

The Cedar Springs Community Players will present the newly-revised musical, Nunsense, by Dan Goggins on March 27, 28, 29, 2014 at the Kent Theatre.  The show is under the direction of Sue Harrison with Terri Riggle as stage manager and production coordinator and Bonnie Hitchingham, pianist.

Nunsense follows the crazy antics of five nuns from the Little Sisters of Hoboken who are putting on a fundraiser to get enough money to bury the sisters who were accidentally poisoned by tainted soup served by the convent cook, Sister Julia (Child of God). They need to raise the money before the health department discovers their secret.

The cast including Rev. Mother (Laura Johnson), Sr. Mary Hubert (Katie Zank), Sr. Mary Amnesia (Anna Ambrose), Sr. Robert Ann (Lauren Forman)  and Sr. Mary Leo (Erica Czerski),  have been rehearsing lines, songs and dancing to present a fun-filled show for everyone.  Songs in the show include “Nunsense Is Habit Forming”, “I Could Have Gone to Nashville”,  “We’ve Got to Clean Out The Freezer”, “Turn Up The Spotlight,” “Tackle That Temptation with a Time Step” and others.

Make plans now to attend this fun musical on March 27, 28, 29, 2014 at the Kent Theatre. Pre-sale tickets are $12 and are available at the Cedar Springs Public Library, at Main Street Restaurant, or by calling 616-263-9363. Tickets at the door on nights of performance are $15. For more information, visit the Cedar Springs Community Players website at www.cedarspringscommunityplayers.org

 

 

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