Auditions are this weekend for ‘Nunsense’

The Mercury Players are holding auditions for their upcoming show, Nunsense, on Sunday, July 26 at 2 p.m. at the Mercury Theatre.

Ready for some nunsensical fun?

The Mercury Players are holding auditions for their upcoming show, Nunsense, on Sunday, July 26 at 2 p.m. at the Mercury Theatre at 331 Brae Rd.

A hilarious musical comedy, it features a cast of five females of varying ages.

According to the Players’ Cathy Schmidt, “There will be no audition packages. There will be a song taught that afternoon with choreography to follow. The session will finish with some line reading.”

The show will run for eight performances with dates to be determined between Nov. 26 and Dec. 6 and prospective performers are asked to keep this in mind when auditioning.

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