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Nuncrackers (2001)

The cast of Broadway's "Nunsense" returns, this time in the makeshift TV studio in the basement of the convent. Rue McLanahan returns as the Mother Superior Mary Regina, and John Ritter ... See full summary »

Directors:

Dan Goggin, David Stern

Writer:

Dan Goggin
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Rue McClanahan ... Reverend Mother
John Ritter ... Narrator
Bambi Jones Bambi Jones ... Sister Hubert
Deborah Del Mastro Deborah Del Mastro ... Sister Robert Anne
Semina De Laurentis Semina De Laurentis ... Sister Mary Paul (Amnesia)
Richard Long Richard Long ... Father Virgil
Carrie Keskinen Carrie Keskinen ... Sister Leo
P.J. Terranova P.J. Terranova ... John
Alison Walla Alison Walla ... Louise
Jackson Donalds Jackson Donalds ... Billy
Sarah Donalds Sarah Donalds ... Maria
Lin Tucci ... Sr. M. Winifred
Teri Gibson Teri Gibson ... Stage Manager
Mike Long Mike Long ... Fr. Mike
Yolanda Vega Yolanda Vega ... Self
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The cast of Broadway's "Nunsense" returns, this time in the makeshift TV studio in the basement of the convent. Rue McLanahan returns as the Mother Superior Mary Regina, and John Ritter narrates a hillarious attempt at "The Nutcracker". This production is beautifuuly done - you truly feel you are watching a local church Christmas variety show, with running gags and great music! It is funny and touching!

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Comedy | Musical

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Connections

Follows Nunsense 2: The Sequel (1994) See more »

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God will get you for this
16 October 2007 | by waynecoughlinSee all my reviews

I bought this because my son was going to audition for it.

It was unwatchable.

While Nunsense had a plot to carry it forward, and a reason to put on a variety show (needed to raise money for the last 4 burials) this had none of that.

The highlight was the "Sister Julia" cooking segment, but I have seen it done before and better.

I didn't laugh through the entire show.

The jokes (such as they were) were telegraphed (i.e. Wassaling/waffling).

Halfway through we started to use the FF feature of the DVD player.

The funniest lines were references to elements of the plot of "Nunsense" which I wish I bought instead.


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Release Date:

1 December 2001 (USA) See more »

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