Saint Vincent Summertime Theatre returns with 2 viewers-favored displays

Saint Vincent Summertime Theatre returns with 2 viewers-favored displays

Saint Vincent Summer season Theatre will return from a two-12 months pandemic intermission by presenting two familiar romps from earlier seasons.

The theater’s 52nd time will element the musical “Nunsense,” working June 14-19 and the popular farce “Lend Me a Tenor,” July 12-17. Performances will be staged in the Robert S. Carey Scholar Heart at Saint Vincent Higher education in Unity.

“We know the musicals and farces are common with our audiences, so when we got the go-forward, we thought a fan favourite from every of people would be a fantastic way to restart the engines,” stated Greggory Brandt, SVST making creative director and assistant theater professor at Saint Vincent College or university.

Brandt will direct each productions.

In Dan Goggin’s “Nunsense,” five of the 19 surviving Tiny Sisters of Hoboken uncover that their cook dinner had accidentally killed the convent’s other 52 residents with her vichyssoise. Missing burial cash, they decide to raise the important amount of money with a range clearly show finish with wacky solo star turns, madcap dance routines and an viewers quiz.

Erin Stetor-Seaberg, Sarah Chelli, Shelby Garrett, Taylor Ruffo and Hannah Bearer will portray the Very little Sisters.

“I directed ‘Nunsense’ in 2018, and it was a single of our very best-sellers ever,” Brandt said.

Ken Ludwig’s “Lend Me a Tenor” finds popular tenor Tito Merelli handed out right after mixing wine with a big dose of tranquilizers, on his debut night time with the Cleveland Opera Organization. Believing Merelli dead, the opera manager taps his assistant as a substitution. From one catastrophe to another, the pair attempt to save the company’s significant evening.

Lawrence Lesher, Kim McLeod, Matt Sweeney, Daniel Krack, Abby Middleton, Synge Maher and Justin Massetto will star.

The theater troupe very last staged “Lend Me a Tenor” in 2013.

“We considered doing two demonstrates would be a fantastic way to get our feet soaked again,” Brandt mentioned.

Just about every production will include things like performances at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday by Saturday and 2 p.m. matinees on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

The theater’s signature right after-performance cabaret — with popcorn, scorching canines, drinks and leisure by Saint Vincent Faculty pupils — will not be made available this 12 months.

“Sadly, with covid however all around, we thought it would be ideal to wait right until future 12 months on the cabaret,” Brandt mentioned. “It’s heartbreaking, but that’s exactly where we are.”

Tickets for evening performances are $25, or $22 for all those 65 and more mature. Matinee tickets are $20. To obtain, search “Saint Vincent” at or stop by

For extra facts, contact the box place of work at 724-537-8900.

“It will be wonderful to see our patrons and listen to their laughter again. So lots of people glimpse forward to this, me bundled,” Brandt said. “The theater has these kinds of a storied history, and we just want to maintain the custom going.”

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Evaluation staff members author. You can get hold of Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or by way of Twitter .