In Nunsense I, a wacky nun known as Sister Mary Amnesia regained her memory and recalled that she always wanted to be a country singer. In Nunsense II, her dream became one step closer to reality when Reverend Mother landed a recording contract for her. In this show, Nunsense Jamboree, Sister Amnesia's dream is realized as she headlines a brand new show promoting her debut album, I Could've Gone to Nashville.
Cheered by audiences and critics alike as funny and fast-paced, this hilarious hoedown is Nunsense fun with a Laugh-In/Hee-Haw/Grand Ole Opry slant. Outrageously funny musical numbers include "I Could've Gone To Nashville," "Everyday of the Week Is a Saturday," "Do Unto Others," "The Delta Queen," "We Miss You, Patsy Cline," "A Technicolor Woman" and "Growing Up in Brooklyn." You say you're not a country music fan? Don't worry – this country music is "Nunsense theatrical-style," guaranteed to please any Nunsense fan! - D. Goggin
In NUNSENSE, Sister Mary Amnesia (so-called because a crucifix had
fallen on her head and she couldn't remember who she was) finally
realized that she was Sister Mary Paul, a nun who had always wanted to
be a country singer. In NUNSENSE II: THE SEQUEL, Reverend Mother secured
a recording contract for Sister Mary Paul (still affectionately known
as Amnesia). Now, in NUNSENSE JAMBOREE (officially titled SISTER
AMNESIA'S COUNTRY WESTERN NUNSENSE JAMBOREE) Sister Amnesia has made her
first album and is on a tour promoting her new recording. She is
touring with Sister Robert Anne, Sister Mary Leo, and two new friends:
Father Virgil Trott (Sister Mary Leo's brother, a Franciscan priest with
his own country radio show), and Sister Mary Wilhelm, the
Superintendent of Nursing. (Reverend Mother and Sister Mary Hubert are
back at the convent.) The show takes place in real time in whatever
venue it happens to be booked.