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Wednesday, 02 November 2016 12:42

Law en-farce-ment - 'Unnecessary Farce'

Winterport Open Stage presents broad, bright comedy

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Wednesday, 24 April 2013 13:31

Warning: May be habit-forming

Winterport Open Stage presents Nunsense'

WINTERPORT They might have heavenly voices, but they're here to raise a little hell.

Winterport Open Stage is presenting their production of the musical 'Nunsense' with book, music and lyrics by Dan Goggin at the Wagner Middle School in Winterport. The production runs through April 28. Tickets are $10 ($8 for students and seniors).

The Little Sisters of Hoboken are in a bit of a bind. Their cook (Sister Julia, Child of God) has accidentally poisoned the majority of the convent's residents with a tainted fish stew. Only 19 sisters remain they survived due to being off playing Bingo. A handful of the survivors have thus taken it upon themselves to put on a show in an effort to raise funds to pay for the burials of their fallen sisters.

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Patrons to vote on first show of group's 20th season

WINTERPORT Next fall, Winterport Open Stage will be entering its 20th season. As part of that celebration, they are using their spring production of the musical 'Nunsense' to offer its loyal audience an opportunity to make its voice heard.

'Nunsense' with book and lyrics by Dan Goggin - will be running from April 19 through 28 at the Samuel L. Wagner Middle School in Winterport. The cast, rich with local favorites, includes Heather Astbury-Libby, Brianne Beck, Tina Burns, Elena DiSiervo Burns and Kari Stowe. The show is helmed by director and choreographer Dominick Varney, with musical direction by Phil Burns.

Published in Buzz
Thursday, 26 April 2012 08:30

A killer show

Winterport Open Stage presents murderous comedy

WINTERPORT Marriage can be murder. And as presented by one local theater company, said murder can be very, very funny.

Winterport Open Stage is presenting 'The Smell of the Kill,' a play by Michele Lowe and directed by Dominick Varney, through April 29 at the Wagner Middle School in Winterport.

Nicky (Brianne Beck), Debra (Jenny Hart) and Molly (Christie Robinson) are three women whose relationships with one another are built almost entirely around the fact that their respective husbands have been friends since college. The men meet up monthly for cards, cigars and dining room golf (no really) while their wives retire quietly to the kitchen for chat, cards and Chardonnay.

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