Curtain to rise on ‘Nunsense’ at Arizona Broadway Theatre

Shows run through May 16

Posted 4/20/21

“Nunsense,” written by Dan Goggin and having made its Off-Broadway debut in 1985, opens its run Friday, April 23 at Arizona Broadway Theatre, 7701 W. Paradise Lane.

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Curtain to rise on ‘Nunsense’ at Arizona Broadway Theatre

Shows run through May 16

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A classic musical comedy is coming to Peoria.

“Nunsense,” written by Dan Goggin and having made its Off-Broadway debut in 1985, opens its run Friday, April 23 at Arizona Broadway Theatre, 7701 W. Paradise Lane.

"The Little Sisters of Hoboken’s cook, Sister Julia Child of God, has accidentally poisoned 52 of her sisters! Now, the surviving sisters are putting on a talent show to raise money for the funerals,” ABT describes of the plot in a news release. “Become part of the action as tap-dancing Sister Hubert, ballet-loving Sister Leo, street-wise Sister Robert Anne, former circus performer Reverend Mother Regina, and the delightfully wacky Sister Mary Amnesia fumble their way through this interactive and hilarious international phenomenon.”

Shows continue through Sunday, May 16. Tickets start at $47.99.

Call 623-776-8400 or visit azbroadway.org.

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