Limelight Theatre’s ‘Nunsense’ is good fun

Award-winning Off-Broadway production Nunsense is a real tickler and keeps the laughs coming from start to finish. Limelight Actors Theatre director Kevin Heath offers a fast-moving show that has great material and clever songs performed by five Limelight pros: Betsy Andrade, Roberta Vinkhuyzen, JoAnna Evans, Rosalind Farotte and Carol Harris.

The loose plot revolves around the sisters getting a show together to raise funds for their convent, The Little Sisters of Hoboken. They need the funds to bury sisters (kept in their freezer) accidentally poisoned by the convent cook. It’s all a frenzied laugh a minute.

Remember, you can bring dinner and a bottle of your favorite wine; there is also a concession on the premises that has wine and drinks available.

If you bring your own food be sure to bring all utensils needed for a comfortable dining.

Dinner can also be ordered from the Milias Restaurant from their Limelight Theatre to go menu. Order by noon the day of the show and dinner will be delivered to the theatre at 7 p.m. To order, call (408) 337-5100.

Do make reservations, tickets are paid in advance.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with an 8 p.m. curtain. Check for matinees—doors open at 1 p.m. with a 2 p.m. curtain.

Lots of easy parking is available

Camille Bounds is the Theatre, Arts and Travel columnist for the Morgan Hill Times and the Gilroy Dispatch. She can be reached at [email protected]

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