In “Nunsense”, we discovered that Sister Amnesia’s (whose real name is Sister Mary Paul) had once been in a singing contest in Nashville because she had always wanted to be a country singer. In “Nunsense II: The Sequel”, Reverend Mother decides that Sister Amnesia’s talent should not be ignored and secures a musical contract for her. In “Sister Amnesia’s Country Western Jamboree”, Sister Mary Paul (a.k.a. Amnesia) has her dreams realized. She has recorded her first album entitled “I Could’ve Gone to Nashville” and this show is the result of her recording success.

Book, Music and Lyrics by Dan Goggin

Directed by Paul J. Slovak
Vocal Coach Pamela West-Williams
Orchestra Directed by Gayle McClellan
Choreography by Mary Bahnsen

Cast
(In order of appearance)
Sister Mary Paul [AKA Sister Mary Amnesia] - Pamela West-Williams
Sister Robert Ann - Mary Bahnsen
Sister Mary Wilhelm - Jennifer Schondel
Sister Mary Leo - Tricia Knight
Father Virgil Manly Trott - Joe Barton
Mother Superior - Darlene Garand
     
Orchestra
Keyboard - Gayle McClellan
Percussion - Rob Donaldson
Guitar - Pete Ford
Keyboard - Jamie Dauel
Violin - John Malloy
     
Production Team
Set Design - Paul J. Slovak
Stage Manager - Chuck Karrick
Props - Kay Karrick
Lights - Marty Limmer
Sound - Glen Hamilton
Publicity - Jane Schnell
Prompter - Marlene Guy
Tickets - Pete & Marlene Guy
Programs - Glen Hamilton
House Manager - Susan Slovak

Performances
Fassett Auditorium
3025 Starr Avenue
Oregon, OH 43616

Show Dates
November 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 1998


Produced by special arrangement with
Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc.
560 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10022
www.tamswitmark.com