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Players' Nunsense is October 11-13

Published on Thursday, September 27, 2018

Players' Nunsense is October 11-13

The Marlboro Players production of Nunsense is only two weeks away! This comedy is based around surviving members of the Little Sisters of Hoboken who have found themselves in a pickle when they do not have enough money to bury all of their deceased sisters (you have to come to find out how they came to be deceased). With several nuns still in the deep freezer, time is running out so the group decides to stage a variety show in the Mount Saint Helen’s School auditorium. The resulting show makes for a very entertaining evening.
Directed by Phyllis Hubbard, this talented cast features veteran actors who have entertained us previously in numerous productions. Seated above, left to right are Jennifer Yager, Kerry Branch, Emmie Beck, Tammy Gaskins, Phyllis Hubbard and Sandra Widejko. (Not pictured Sarah Crouch) Make sure to keep an eye out for the lone monk providing assistance back stage.
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