Nuncrackers The Nunsense Christmas Musical


Nuncrackers The Nunsense Christmas Musical

Hello RTW Friends & Family!

This is just a reminder to our RTW family that our first Main Stage Show of the season,

Nuncrackers: The Nunsense Christmas Musical,

opens this Friday, December 6th at 8PM.

 Be sure to order your tickets now – before they are all gone!

 Nuncrackers:The Nunsense Christmas Musical

 Written by

Dan Goggin

Directed and Choreographed by

PJ Terranova

Music Directed by

Rachel MacKenzie


Kathryn Viola

Reverend Mother, Sr. Mary Regina

Mary Beth Murphy

Sr. Mary Hubert

Kim Igoe Kasper

Sr. Robert Anne

Rena Pemper-Rodriguez

Sr. Mary Paul AKA Amnesia

Richard Repetta

Fr. Virgil Manly Trott

Guest Appearance

Toni Ruscio

Sr. Mary Leo

Also Starring

Mount Saint Helen’s Students:

Grace Barrett

Caitlin Caulfield

Samantha Lonergan

Osmani Rodriguez Jr.

Meaghan Shea

Katarina Uhrmann

Eowyn Young

Event Time :

December 6, 7, 13 & 14 @ 8:00 PM

December 8 & 15 @ 3:00 PM

Event Price :

Table Seats: $25 ($22 Senior & Student Discount)

 Row Seats: $20 ($18 Senior & Student Discount)

For tickets click here

Nuncrackers The Nunsense Christmas Musical
Event Category: Live Music
When: December 6, 2013 ~ December 15, 2013
Where: Riverside Theatre Works
More Info:


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