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Photo by Rachel Newdorf Center for the Arts’ Rooftop Production’s NUNSENSE. Practicing for the sister’s talent show are Nora Zanger, Mary Rook, Tina Mullins, Tracy Cosker, and Brooke Angel.

Nunsense Opens at the Candy Factory

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Photo by Rachel Newdorf   Center for the Arts’ Rooftop Production’s NUNSENSE.  Practicing for the sister’s talent show are Nora Zanger, Mary Rook, Tina Mullins, Tracy Cosker, and Brooke Angel.
Photo by Rachel Newdorf. Center for the Arts’ Rooftop Production’s NUNSENSE. Practicing for the sister’s talent show are Nora Zanger, Mary Rook, Tina Mullins, Tracy Cosker, and Brooke Angel.

For a night of comedy and laughter, adventure out to an evening of fun as The Center for the Arts’ Rooftop Productions presents Nunsense.   Winner of the Outer Critics’ Circle Award for best off -Broadway musical as well as best music and book, Nunsense became an audience favorite and the second longest running show in history.  This story of the Little Sisters of Hoboken provides a comedy of errors including a tainted vichyssoise, a Health Department inspection which could turn into a big surprise, and a talent show to save the order.  Add to this the antics of the sisters and anything can happen.  Popular musical numbers such as “Nunsense is Habit Forming,”  “So You Want to be a Nun,” and “Growing up Catholic” add to the merriment.

Written by Dan Goggin and directed by Ted Ballard, the multi-talented cast includes Tina Mullins as Sister Mary Regina, Tracy Cosker as Sister May Hubert, Brooke Angel as Sister Mary Robert Anne, Nora Zanger as Sister Mary Amnesia, and Mary Rook as Sister Mary Leo.  Nunsense runs at the Kellar Theatre in the Center for the Arts at the Candy Factory, 9419 Battle Street, Manassas on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm from November 1-16.  Tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for students and seniors 65+ and may be purchased on line at www.center-for-the-arts.org or at the Center for the Arts at (703) 330-2787.  Season tickets are also available with the comedy Don’t Dress for Dinner in the spring.  Get your tickets today!

 

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