The Lofte Community Theatre, located in Manley, NE, just 25 minutes south of Omaha, will be performing Nuncrackers: The Nunsense Christmas Musical, by Dan Goggin. Performances will be December 1-2, 7-9, 13-16, 2018 Thursday, Friday and Saturday shows begin at 7PM, and Sunday shows begin at 2PM.
The Nunsense Christmas Musical, Nuncrackers, is presented as the first TV special taped in the cable access studio built by Reverend Mother in the convent basement. It stars the nuns you love, plus Father Virgil, and some of Mount Saint Helen’s most talented students. Featuring all new songs including Twelve Days Prior To Christmas, Santa Ain’t Comin’ To Our House, We Three Kings Of Orient Are Us, and It’s Better To Give Than To Receive, this show is filled with typical Nunsense humor, some of your favorite carols, and a “Secret Santa” audience participation. We’re certain this Nunsense Christmas show will make you laugh, and maybe tug at your heartstrings. It’s the perfect way to insure that your holiday season is merry and bright!
Kevin Colbert, Lofte Artistic Director is very delighted to continue the Nunsense story at The Lofte. The theatre has produced the original Nunsense, as well as several of the sequels, including most recently, Nunset Boulevard.
To purchase tickets contact the Lofte Community Theatre at 402-234-2553, or visit The Lofte Community Theatre’s website at lofte.org.
About The Lofte Community Theatre: The Lofte Community Theatre is located in Manley Nebraska, approximately 25 minutes south of Omaha. The theatre, a new post-and-beam style performing arts facility can seat approximately 330 patrons for each performance. Actors and audience members enjoy a beautiful climate-controlled venue year around. The Lofte offers a full concession stand, and also sells beer and wine. The theatre offers six core season productions each year as well as many special events featuring visiting artists including week-long children’s theater workshop, a free Veterans Day concert, and host high-school one-act play competitions in the fall. Approximately 12,000 visitors come through the doors annually.