The mystery farce played to rave reviews in it's New England summer stock run. The Pelham Sun (NY) wrote: The story tells of woman mystery writer who rents a New England house which was supposed to be the rendezvous point for some stolen jewels. The focal point of the set is the closet which opens into a living room and library. In the closet is found a body which promptly disappears only to be succeeded by a second body. The hunt for the jewels reaches a climax at two AM when four couples all unknown to each other, turn up to search. Followed by a hilarious romp of entrances and exits.
|Event Date||Friday, 08 May 2015|
|Event End Date||Saturday, 16 May 2015|
The scene is a night club in Berlin, as the 1920's are drawing to a close. The Master of Ceremonies welcomes the audience to the show and assures them that, whatever their troubles, they will forget them at the Cabaret. His songs provide wry commentary throughout the show. On the train to Berlin we find Cliff, a young American writer, and Ernst, a German who surprises Cliff by putting his briefcase among Cliff's luggage at the German border. History is in the process of being made. Musical numbers include It Couldn't Please Me More, Willkommen, Cabaret, Don't Tell Mama and Two Ladies. We find Cliff on the train again, now leaving Berlin alone. He writes about Sally and the people of Berlin leading up to the Third Reich. It has been a tumultuous and heartbreaking era.
|Event Date||Friday, 14 November 2014|
|Event End Date||Saturday, 22 November 2014|
In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap ... until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another "Merry Murderess" Velma Kelly, vie for the spotlight and the headlines, ultimately joining forces in search of the "American Dream": fame, fortune and acquittal. This sharp edged satire features a dazzling score that sparked immortal staging by Bob Fosse.
|Event Date||Friday, 15 November 2013|
|Event End Date||Saturday, 16 November 2013|
When we realized that Sister Robert Anne had enough songs in the seven incarnations of “Nunsense” musicals to make a show of her own this “One-Nun-Sense” musical event became a reality. Using the concept that Sister was teaching the audience how to put together their own cabaret act seemed the perfect vehicle. Sister is quick to explain that even if you aren’t interested in doing your own act she hopes you’ll enjoy the class.
Filled with the usual “Nunsense” humor and audience participation segments this one-woman show became an instant hit.Sister Robert Anne's Classroom Requiring only a blackboard, a desk, and a piano, Sister and her musical accompanist can “teach” her class anywhere from a small room to a large theatre stage.
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!
|Event Date||Friday, 03 May 2013|
|Event End Date||Friday, 03 May 2013|