June 30, 2006
Vol. 36, Issue 12
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Charting a new course for Semester at Sea
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Joyriders vs. jaywalkers
Declaration of Independence exhibit at library open on July 4
African-American Affairs summer film series
Heritage Repertory Theatre indulges in 'Nunsense'
Fixing the hands of time

 

Heritage Repertory Theatre Indulges in ‘Nunsense’

When: July 1, 3-8; Monday-Friday 7:30 p.m., Saturday 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Where:
Helms Theatre

Heritage Repertory Theatre is preparing to get thee to a nunnery with 'Nunsense,' a musical filled with so much sisterly love and good cheer that it has had audiences around the world rolling in the aisles for the past 20 years. While 'Nunsense,' the story of the Little Sisters of Hoboken, provides a hilarious trip down memory lane for Catholic school veterans, the appeal is hardly limited to those of a single faith.

'Nunsense' will continue at the Helms Theatre July 1 and July 3-8 (with no performance on the July 4 holiday). To order tickets, visit the box office at Culbreth Theatre or call 924-3376. For more information on HRT and its 31st season, visit www.uvahrt.org.



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