Sister Robert Anne’s Cabaret Class
Something big is coming to Lyric’s stage on September 17! Everyone’s favorite singing nun, the irrepressible Sister Robert Anne of Nunsense fame, is taking to our stage with her very own show! (And, yes, she has Reverend Mother’s blessing!) Join us as she shares her tips for putting together a cabaret show and weaves stories and her best songs from 7 Nunsense shows together for a laugh-out-loud evening of music and mirth (and there might even be a special guest puppet appearance from Sister Mary Annette!) Who knows? You may even be invited to be a part of the action! You won’t want to miss this one Nun-sense event!
To ensure we are offering the safest environment possible for our patrons, actors, and volunteers, Lyric Music Theater is requiring audience members to have proof of vaccination or a negative (within 48 hours) Covid-19 test to attend a performance for all shows at our theater. Proof of vaccination can be a physical vaccine card or a photo of your card and must be accompanied by a photo ID. Children under 12 are exempt from this policy. In addition, all audience members must wear masks at all times inside the theater.
Lyric Music Theater has been dark since February, 2020 due to the effects of the pandemic. This decision was made to keep our community safe and our doors open. We cannot wait to welcome you back!
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