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Nuncrackers
a Musical Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY MUSICAL
by Dan Goggin

COMPANY : Canton Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Canton Theatre [WEBSITE]
ID# 1130

SHOWING : December 02, 2004 - December 19, 2004

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

It's Christmas at the convent and many surprises are taking place. From the missing Christmas presents to an unforgettable lesson in preparing fruitcake.


CAST & CREW LIST
Father Virgil Martin Smith
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REVIEWS

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Goofy show
by Parrott65
Thursday, December 16, 2004
4.0
There's nothing like seeing a bunch of nuns and a priest doing a dance number imitating the Village People. This show was pure slapstick comedy from start to finish with some cute Christmas lessons througout. The costumes, the lighting, and the sound were all excellent. I have to say that I can't think of one person in that show that didn't do an excellent job. Ginger Rosen (Mother Superior) was an excellent, believable nun. Martin Smith (Father Virgil) did a wonderful job of being the likeable, calm natured priest. I realized halfway into the show that I had seen him at Pumphouse Players version of "A Gentleman and a Scoundrel" in which he did an AWESOME job. The two funniest ones in the show were Beth Weltz (Sister Amnesia) and Darla Carriger (Sister Robert Ann). Lastly, I have to mention the cute and talented Jennifer Soloway (Louise). She was Amarillus in "The Music Man" with me at Cobb last July. I was floored to see her name in the program when I got there. I look forward to being in Cabaret there in March. It's a VERY ELEGANT theater and I would recommend it to anyone. GREAT JOB CANTON. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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