NUNSENSE JAMBOREE
Cortland Repertory Theatre, NY

  • Cortland Repertory Entertains with Third Nunsense

    “The nuns of Nunsense don’t disappoint in sequel. Nothing can prevent the Little Sisters of Hoboken from entertaining. Those who cheered the first two will not be disappointed with the third installment.”


    “There are music, most of it either bouncy or poignant, and that corn-pone habit humor.”

    “Yes, the puppet returns. So does an audience-participation contest with cheesy prizes and a sing-along tribute to the late Patsy Cline. As always it’s nonsense, Nunsense style.”

    Joan Vadeboncoeur
    Syracuse Post-Standard
  • Nunsense Jamboree Kicks It Up (3 out of 4 stars!)
Capable Cast Brings Country-western Spin to the Latest Nunsense Franchise

    “Sister Amnesia’s Country Western Nunsense Jamboree, now at Cortland Repertory Theatre, offers an entertaining evening for fans of the nun musicals.”

    “The show is directed and choreographed by Gary John La Rosa. …with La Rosa’s direction, the cast engages the audience and provides laughter, an interactive mock auction and sing along possibilities. The cleverest of the numbers is ‘We Miss You, Patsy Cline,’ whose lyrics string together the titles of 43 Cline hits.”

    Laurel Saiz
    Post-Standard Weekend
  • Nunsense A Delight: CRT’s Sister Amnesia Does A Fierce Country

    “Seeing a bunch of nuns in their black-and-white habits prancing around a stage with cowboy hats was a bit of culture shock… But that is what the show is all about – having fun with unlikely characters – holy nuns who happen to be embarking on a cross country tour to promote the first album of Sister Mary Paul: ‘I Could’ve Gone to Nashville.’ If you are not familiar with the Nunsense series of shows, it may take a few numbers to accept the idea. But then the delight of the CRT production takes over, with its combination of fantastic singing, outrageous comedy by the nuns and one priest, and the technical direction of Gary John La Rosa, director and choreographer, that makes it mesh all together.”


    “…made apt use of every aspect of their stage…a rollicking country jamboree. It was fun.”


    “People who enjoy a fun little poke at religion and love country music in general will especially adore the show…”

    Katie Hall
    Cortland Standard