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NUNSET BOULEAVARD: The Nunsense Hollywood Bowl Show

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact:

Anna Toujas Rosenberg
504-885-2000 x205
publicity@jpas.org


NUNSET BOULEAVARD: The Nunsense Hollywood Bowl Show
Takes the Stage in Teatro Wego & On Tour January 6 - February 5!
Kick off the New Year with Your Favorite Nuns!
Sponsored By AT&T The Real Yellow Pages

 

YOUR FAVORITE NUNS ARE BACK ON STAGE IN AN ALL NEW MUSICAL COMEDY SHOW! Jefferson Performing Arts Society (JPAS) is pleased to present the local premiere of NUNSET BOULEVARD: The Nunsense Hollywood Bowl Show. Directed once again by "Uncle" Wayne Daigrepont, with choreography by Lindsey Price and musical direction by Alan Payne, this production stars CLAIRE CONTI, DANIELLE EDINBURGH WILSON, KATIE COPLEN BOURG, ALLEE PECK and SHAYLA LANGE as the Little Sisters. This production premieres at the JPAS Teatro Wego! Theatre and then will tour to venues on the Northshore and in Metairie.

January 6-22, 2012
 - FRI @ 7:30PM 
SAT @ 7:30PM 
SUN @ 2PM (Matinee)

Teatro Wego! Theatre (177 Sala Ave, Westwego, LA)

January 28 & 29, 2012
SAT @ 7:30PM 
SUN @ 2PM (Matinee)

Benet Hall at Saint Joseph Abbey (75376 River Rd, Covington, LA) 
General Seating at Benet Hall

February 3, 4 & 5, 2012
 FRI @ 7:30PM 
SAT @ 7:30PM 
SUN @ 2PM (Matinee)

Monsignor Barrett Complex at St. Catherine of Siena School (400 Codifer Blvd, Metairie, LA) 
General Seating at Msgr. Barrett Complex


Tickets are Adults $30, Seniors/Military $27, Students $20, Child $15. For tickets, call the JPAS Box Office at 504-885-2000 or online at http://www.jpas.org/. JPAS has great group rates and discount ticket packages are still available! Call the Box Office for more details!


Your favorite Little Sisters take the JPAS stage for the fourth year in a row with all the singing, dancing and humor you've come to expect from our ladies in black and white! This time, they have been invited to sing at the Hollywood Bowl! They are thrilled at the prospect until they arrive and realize that they are booked into the Hollywood Bowl-A-Rama---a bowling alley with a cabaret lounge - and not the famed "Bowl" they were planning on. When the Sisters get wind of the fact that a famed movie producer is across the street auditioning for roles in his new movie musical, the Sisters get starstruck and as always, hilarity ensues! See what happens as the Little Sisters try their hand at Hollywood in this new reincarnation of the Nusnesne series!

Nunset Boulevard: The Nunsense Hollywood Bowl Show. Directed by "Uncle" Wayne Daigrepont. Choreography by Lindsey Price. Musical Direction by Alan Payne. Stage Manager: Meghan Whittle. Assistant Stage Manager: Caroline St. Amant. Costumes by Adam Alonso. Set and Prop Design by Edward R. Cox. Technical Direction by Richard Croy. Technical Interns: Alena Samoray & Amariah Henderson. Sound Operator by Adrienne Clements.

More About the Jefferson Performing Arts Society (JPAS)

Founded in 1978 by Dennis G. Assaf and Hannah Cunningham, Jefferson Performing Arts Society is a non-profit professional arts organization whose mission is to promote arts performance, training and outreach by providing a diverse range of quality programs that entertain, educate and enrich the cultural and economic vitality of Jefferson Parish, Greater New Orleans and the Gulf South.
JPAS focuses on three main elements:
  • PERFORMANCE JPAS annually provides a wide range of theatrical performances that appeal to many interests and age groups. Most seasons include a selection of grand opera, musical theater, dance and music. JPAS strives to network and partner with national and international artists and companies to bring new and diverse programming to the Southern Region.
  • TRAINING JPAS provides performance and technical based training in the arts for all ages with a particular focus on young people.
  • OUTREACH JPAS provides arts education programming in local area schools, as well as access to professional theatrical experiences that align to classroom curricula and Louisiana Content Standards, including Arts Adventure Series, Cultural Crossroads and Stage Without A Theatre. JPAS provides performers, musicians, artistic experiences and expertise to select area events and organizations to enrich the community.