When Nunsense creator Dan Goggin realized that Sister Robert Anne had enough songs in the seven incarnations of the musicals to make a show of her own this “One-Nun-Sense” production became a reality.
This show immediately invites the audience into the world of the play, where you are the students and Sister Robert Anne is the teacher instructing you on how to put on your own cabaret. Even if you’re not interested in doing your own act, you’ll still enjoy this riotous musical event.
Saturday, Nov. 9, this live musical production comes to The Norwood Theatre with Broadway actress Christine Mild in the title role. Accompanying Christine is writer and creator Dan Goggin and his Nunsense scores have earned him an Emmy Nomination, as well as 3 Outer Critics’ Circle Awards. Once you’ve enjoyed the performance, Goggin will be available for a talk back to answer audience questions about the performance and his career in musical theatre composing.
Sister Robert Anne, who over the past 25 years of Nunsense shows has become a star in her own right, commands the stage like no other nun and keeps the audience enthralled for the entire evening. This is one class you’re not going to want to skip!
Tickets for this production are $33 and $35 for students and seniors and $35 and $37 for Adults. The Norwood Theatre box office is open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. – noon and 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. as well as Saturday noon – 5 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.norwoodstage.com and over the phone at 781-551-9000.