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Northeastern Pennsylvania’s Only

Officially Licensed Tour of Nunsense

 

Our Cabaret Productions is an ASCAP-licensed, non-Equity, professional theatrical production company. Our creative team has over 25 years of experience in producing Nunsense. We are the only professional producers of the show in northeastern Pennsylvania. 

Based in Scranton, produce the shows in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Maryland, usually as a fundraising event for churches and nonprofits. 

Nunsense is produced through special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., New York, NY. Nunsense II, Nuncrackers, and Nunsensations are produced by special arrangement with Tams-Witmark Music Library, New York, NY.

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Rob Misko
Director / "Sr. Mary Regina"
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John Baldino
Producer / "Sr. Mary Hubert"
  • Involved in Nunsense productions since 1992

  • Played “Sr. Mary Hubert” in over 100 performances

  • Produced, directed and performed in NEPA and New York City

  • Does marketing work for a community of Religious Sisters

  • Member of the Secular Franciscan Order

  • First to direct Nunsense, Nunsense A-Men and Nuncrakcers outside the original off-Broadway production

  • Worked with Nunsense creator, Dan Goggin

  • Appeared on stage during the Nunsense 25th Anniversary National Tour

  • Played “Sr. Mary Regina” in over 100 performances

 

The Little Sisters of Hoboken Thank Their Generous Supporters ...

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The Official Dance Coaches

of "Nunsense"

The Official Media Company

of "Nunsense"

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Exceptional! Giving without counting the cost.

Sr. Shirlee | Brooklyn, NY

 

Thanks for a great show!

Sr. Maureen | Syracuse, NY

 

Fantastic job by all!

Kathi B. | Exeter, PA

 

Loved it! I must say this show was thoroughly enjoyable! 

Tom P. | Dunmore, PA

 

What a performance! Amazing cast!

Jeanne E. | Scranton, PA

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Praise for "Nunsense"