Stories & Cast Interviews
Sister Amnesia! Is that you?
Jeanne Tinker plays the somewhat confused, Sister Mary Paul (aka Sister Amnesia).
What's A Little Nun(sense) or Four?
Tevye & The nuns in "Anchors Aweigh!"
John Bailey of the Citizen Net Reporter sums it up perfectly:
"The laughs are corny, creaky, punny, preposterous, plays-on-words, endearing, charming, bad, naughty, delivered by comediennes in habits. You’ll chuckle, giggle, promise yourself you won't laugh at these stupid, bad silly jokes. You'll roll-your-eyes, groan at the clunkers, shake-your-head, I-don’t-believe-I’m seeing-this, I-don't-believe-they-said-that, and laugh.
There's jokes that fly, jokes that flop, old jokes, dumb jokes, smart jokes, double-entendres, whoppers, mentally excruciating puns. You'll learn to laugh again, I guarantee it."
Let's hear it for the NUNS! (they're Meshuggah!)
Lots of Silliness, heart, and a few surprises are in store for you aboard the USS Golden Delicious! Opening night proved a real mitzvah(?)
The cast of Meshuggah-Nuns!
The NUNS are Back! OY VEY!
Ok..so, what do you get when you cross 4 crazy nuns & one Jewish Tevye? The answer: The Ecumenical NUNSENSE (& Lots of Laughs!) Rehearsals have been a riot!! Hilarity reigns supreme with songs like Say It In Yiddish, Contrition, In the Convent, and If I Were a Catholic. From Sister Amnesia’s attempt at magic to the sing-along Fiddlerspiel, Meshuggah-Nuns is an ecumenical fun-fest. You don’t have to be Catholic. You don’t have to be Jewish. This is a show for anyone who loves a good laugh!
The very funny cast of MESHUGGAH-NUNS! at rehearsal. left to right: Bonnie Lee, Bambi Jones, Stephanie Wahl, Jeanne Tinker, David Edwards, Deborah Del Mastro with Musical Director, Leo Carusone (at Piano).