Musical Comedy Nunsense at the Lawrence Welk Theatre
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The last date listed for Nunsense was Thursday June 2, 2005 / 8:00pm.
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Hijinks on the high seas (and a couple of high notes) make Anything Goes one of the most rollicking musicals ever written. Packed from stem to stern with memorable tunes like "I Get a Kick Out of You" and "You're the Top," Anything Goes showcases composer Cole Porter's unique power to transport audiences with his catchy melodies and wildly witty lyrics. This boat-bound adventure centers on Billy Crocker, who's hopelessly in love with a wealthy heiress. When he sees her boarding a boat to London, he throws caution to the wind and becomes a stowaway. Mayhem ensues when his fellow passengers, including a sexy nightclub singer and a second-rate gangster, decide to help Billy win his true love. Learn More
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I know everybody did the best they could. I would go back and see it again with different actors. The backdrop (the Grease setup props) did not add to the overall stage performance. I would like to see it with different singers. We were sitting in the last row and sometimes we could not understand what was said.
The person who played the lead was the best! The others were very good.
I think the biggest problem I had was the stage props. The Grease stage props did not do anything for me.
So, in a score from A to F, I would give it a B. The stage prop gets an "D"!
The Order of the Little Sisters of Hoboken lacks the money to bury the remaining four of 52 nuns who have died from eating contaminated vichyssoise prepared by the convent chef, Sister Julia, Child of God. It seems Mother Superior has purchased a VCR and a camcorder with the rest of the funds and the four remaining dearly departed have been stored in the convent's deep freeze. The five surviving nuns decide to put on a musical to raise burial money before the Hoboken Board of Health descends on them.