Sold Out NUNSENSE A-MEN At Winter Park Playhouse Adds Performance
The Winter Park Playhouse continues to sell out performances of the immensely popular Nunsense A-Men! and has scheduled an additional performance Friday, April 20 at 2p.m. to meet the demand.
Based on the original Off-Broadway production Nunsense,this musical comedy, Nunsense A-Men!, is one version of the commercially popular series of musicals written by Dan Goggin about The Little Sisters of Hoboken. This show adds a hysterically funny twist - all of the nuns are played by men! The nuns, in their attempts to raise money to bury their fellow sisters who perished due to a bad dinner of vichyssoise, create hilarity and chaos in their attempts to perform a fundraiser while adhering to the rules of convent life.
The professional cast of actors includes five very talented and funny men - David Michael Green as Mother Superior, Victor Souffrant as Sister Mary Hubert, Shawn Kilgore as Sister Robert Anne, Michael Scott Ross as Sister Mary Amnesia, and Ryan Corridoni as the novitiate Sister Mary Leo.
Playhouse Artistic Director Roy Alan directs and Playhouse Musical Director Christopher Leavy music directs the production. Professional musical accompaniment includes the Playhouse trio - Mr. Leavy on piano, Ned Wilkinson on multiple instruments and Sam Forrest on percussion.
"Don't miss your chance to see this hilarious production... and bring friends! We have added a performance, so book your seats now and enjoy the show!" confirms Playhouse Executive Director, Heather Alexander.
Ticket prices are $42 evenings, $39 senior evenings, $32 matinees, $20 preview, $15 student and theatrical industry professionals. Student rush "$10@10" offers $10 tickets (for students 25 years and younger) 10 minutes prior to a performance when seats are available.
For more tickets and information call the box office at 407-645-0145 or visit online at www.winterparkplayhouse.org.
The Winter Park Playhouse is a registered 501(c) (3) , non-profit charitable organization and proudly affiliated with Actors' Equity Association and The National Alliance for Musical Theatre
Photo Credit: Taylor Glore