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They’re back! The Little Sisters of Hoboken return to Theatre at the Mount in the show that wowed audiences in 1993. When the “Little Hobos” discover that their cook, Sister Julia, Child of God, has accidently poisoned 52 of the sisters, they parade their talents in a variety show staged to raise funds so that the last four of the dearly departed can be buried. With songs and comic interludes paced at break-neck speed, and a riotous audience participation quiz that has everyone rolling in the aisles, Nunsense offers a cornucopia of hilarity for the whole family, proving conclusively that nun rhymes with fun!

Director – Craig Cormier

Music Director – Dave Twiss

Choreographer – Nicole Couture Skorb

CAST REQUIREMENTS – 5 adult women of various ages – see character descriptions below

Where? Mount Wachusett Community College, room 182

When? Tuesday, July 19 at Wednesday, July 20 at 7PM. Callbacks on Thursday, July 20 at 7PM (if needed)

*Punctuality will be noted and appreciated

Performance Dates: October 7, 8, 14, 15 at 8:00PM; October 16 at 2:00pm

Tentative Rehearsal Schedule: Sundays from 6PM to 9PM; Mondays and Wednesdays from 7PM to 10PM


For the auditions all should:

  1. Prepare a short vocal selection that displays range and ability. Singers should provide sheet music as an accompanist will be provided. If you choose to do a song from the show a score will be available at the auditions.
  2. Wear comfortable clothing for a dance/movement audition.


Sister Mary Regina (Mother Superior)  The head of the convent, she is respected greatly by the sisters. While she is strict, she has a hard time keeping the craziness of the convent at bay. She keeps her guard up in front of the nuns, but has an extroverted side.  Part requires some very physical humour. The character may be played with an Irish accent.  Voice part: Mezzo/belter (Range: B3-F5)

Sister Mary Hubert  Hubert is in charge of novices, but fancies herself as Mother Superior and is in constant competition with Mary Regina. She exudes maternal wisdom to novices, but also likes to let loose.  Voice part: Mezzo/belter (Range: G3-F5)

Sister Robert Anne  Once a child delinquent herself, this rough tough nun is a jokester and constantly challenging authority. She speaks with a thick Brooklyn accent and constantly displays her lack of refinement.  Vocal part: Mezzo/belter (Range: G3-D5)

Sister Mary Amnesia  As the name suggests, she has lost her memory and does not know who she is except that she is a nun. She is spacey and incoherent, often slipping into displays inappropriate for a nun.  Must be able to sing in classical and country styles.  Vocal part: Soprano and belter (Range: Db4-C6)

Sister Mary Leo  Leo is the novice nun, still learning the way and coming to terms with her decision to give up ‘Civilian’ life. She is a ballerina and displays her talents through much of the show. She is also easily swayed to join in mischief.  Vocal part: Mezzo/belter (Range: G#3-G5)

For more information contact Professor Gail Steele at 978 630-9162 or at g_steele@mwcc.mass.edu


really-rosieRosie, the sassiest kid on her block of Brooklyn’s Avenue P, entertains herself and her friends by acting out show biz fantasies, notably directing and starring in an Oscar winning movie. Written by the author and illustrator of Where the Wild Things Are and other popular children’s books, Really Rosie is a jewel for children and adults.

Director – David Allen Prescott

Music Director – Kaara McHugh

Choreographer – Rachel Ramey

Where? Mount Wachusett Community College, Room 182

When? Monday, July 25 and Wednesday, July 27 at 6:30PM sharp*

*Punctuality will be noted and appreciated


Performance Dates: Show at the Mount on October 29 at 2:00pm; on tour October 6, 7, 20, 21, 28 (tour dates are weekdays – performers should plan on missing school on these dates)

Tentative Rehearsal Schedule: Sunday afternoons, Tuesday and Thursday evenings beginning August 16 (Please check your personal calendar for anticipated rehearsal conflicts and note them on your audition form)

CAST REQUIREMENTS: Ensemble cast of 8 to 12 teenagers (age 14 and up)

For more information contact Professor Gail Steele at 978 632-6600 ext. 162 or at g_steele@mwcc.mass.edu

 Save time when you arrive at auditions! Print and complete our Audition Form in advance.

We are a true community theatre! All Theatre at the Mount auditions are open to anyone, regardless of previous theatre experience.

For more information, or to be added to our mailing list for audition notifications, contact Theatre Director Gail Steele at 978 630-9162 or at g_steele@mwcc.mass.edu.