PRLog (Press Release)
- Oct. 22, 2012 -
The Kean Theatre, 5847 Meridian Road, is celebrating its 10th Anniversary with a season of popular concerts, hilarious interactive dinner theatre shows and award-winning plays and show-stopping musicals including “Nunsensations”
which will be staged in November. Show time is 8 p.m. Nov. 10, 16 and 17. Cost is $32. The Kean Theatre is now inviting theatre goers to enjoy a delicious dinner on-site in the elegant Mount Vernon Restaurant before each show at 6:30 p.m.; cost for dinner and the show is $54. Sunday matinees will be staged at 2 p.m. Nov. 11 and 18. Cost is $30. An optional luncheon will take place at the Kean Theatre’s Mount Vernon Restaurant at 12:30 p.m.; cost for lunch and the show is $52. Tickets and series packages are available by calling 724-444-5326 (KEAN) or visiting www.KeanTheatre.com.
The “Little Sisters of Hoboken” are back in this hilarious fourth installment of the successful “Nunsense”
series. During the Nunsense Vegas Revue the Sisters are performing at the Pump Room in the Mystique Motor Lodge for another laugh-filled benefit. What follows is the most star-studded, sequin filled, feather dancing show not soon forgotten. The side-splitting night proves what happens in Vegas does not always stay in Vegas as Mother Superior and her talented Sisters belt out songs like “Sin City Sue,” and “Black and White with Her Money on Red.”
Reprising their roles are Debra Humphrey
of Houston, PA as Mother Superior, Deena Hower
of Pittsburgh as Sister Robert Anne and Gretchen Breslawski
of Butler as Sister Mary Paul (Amnesia). Joining the cast are Roseann Rosnick
of Brentwood as Sister Mary Hubert and Megan Flannery
of Butler as Sister Mary Leo. Directing “Nunsensations”
is Tom Madden
the Kean Theatre’s managing and artistic director.
The sponsors of “Nunsensations”
are UPMC Health Plan, the Academy sponsor of the Kean Theatre, Armstrong is the Grammy sponsor, Butler Radio Network is the Tony sponsor, CooksonPeirce Investment Management is the Golden Globe sponsor and Pittsburgh Fifty-five Plus is the Entertainment sponsor. Proceeds from the Kean Theatre benefit the St. Barnabas Free Care Fund, which in 2011 alone provided more than $5.2 million to poor and low-income residents at St. Barnabas Nursing Home, Valencia Woods at St. Barnabas and The Arbors at St. Barnabas.
The Kean Theatre is open to the public
and has built a reputation for its convenient location, free parking, quality entertainment and elegant setting. The theatre is operated by St. Barnabas Charities, the fund-raising arm of St. Barnabas Health System. St. Barnabas Health System includes St. Barnabas Nursing Home, Valencia Woods at St. Barnabas, The Arbors at St. Barnabas, The Village at St. Barnabas, The Woodlands at St. Barnabas, White Tail Ridge, The Washington Place at St. Barnabas, St. Barnabas Medical Center and Rudolph Auto Repair.