WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Rehearsals are underway for the Archbishop Stepinac High School Drama Club’s production of Sister Act.
Sister Act is the feel-amazing musical comedy based on the 1992 film starring Whoopi Goldberg. It tells the story of a woman hiding in a convent who helps her fellow sisters find their voice as she rediscovers her own. The production promises powerful gospel music, outrageous dancing and moving story.
Stepinac will be the first high school theatrical group in the U.S. to present the rousing musical comedy at 7:30 PM on Fridays and Saturdays, April 29- 30 and May 6-7 and at 2 PM, Sunday, May 8. All of the male roles will be performed by Stepinac students, which is an all-boys high school. All the female roles will be played by students from other high schools throughout the region.
Performances of Sister Act, which is appropriate for the entire family, will be staged at the school’s Major Bowes Auditorium at 950 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains.Ticket prices are $22 for adults and $18 for children under the age of 12 and seniors.
The May 6 performance will feature “Nun Night” when all religious nuns can pre-order one complimentary ticket (based on availability). Tickets can be ordered by calling 914-946-4800, ext. 200.
Photo Caption: Front row, l-r are: Jillian Flynn of Mahopac, Lauren Richman of Mamaroneck, Francesca Riscigliano of Scarsdale, Serafina Morency (center) of White Plains, Kate Bell of West Harrison, Pauline Ciavolino of Scarsdale, Alexa Bastardi of Thornwood.
Back row l-r are: Monica McStay of White Plains, Christina Ledesma of Harrison, Gabbie Sansone of Mohegan Lake, Gianna Prignano (center) of Harrison, Chloe Collins of Pleasantville and Lilli Olivieri of Crompend.