Congratulations to the cast of SISTER ACT!


Albuquerque Little Theatre is extremely excited to announce the outstanding cast of SISTER ACT! ALT would also like to thank all the amazing people in the Albuquerque community who came to auditions, and we encourage you to continue to show your interest and support for local, live theatre! THANK YOU!

The cast of SISTER ACT includes:

Deloris Van Cartier – April Ball
Eddie – Jonathan Gallegos
Curtis­ – Mark Pino
Mother Superior – Shelly Andes
Sister Mary Robert – Amy Carter
Monsignor O’Hara – Steven Weitz
Sister Mary Patrick – Ashley Lopez
Sister Mary Lazarus – Laura Nuzum
Sister Mary Martin – Dawn Durkin
Sister Mary Theresa – Shirley Roach
Joey – Jason Wiley
TJ – Xavier Visage
Pablo  – Joe Moncada
Michelle – TBA

Female ensemble – Tina Andrews, Veronica Barrett, Laura Bartolucci, Sara Bracamonte, Belinda East, Rachel Hance, Amy Lynn, Peggy McLouglin, Julie Rohr, Lavern Wenninger.

Male ensemble – Kale Brown, Eddie Dethlefs, Bradley Fuller, Dustin Lopez.

will be performing from March 9-31, 2018
or CALL THE BOX OFFICE at 505-242-4750 x2.

Tickets are:

Adults $25
Seniors (65+) $23
Students (13 – University) $20
Children (12 and Under) $15

March 9 – 31, 2018

Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Glenn Slater; Book by Cheri Steinkellner, Bill Steinkellner; Additional Book Material by Douglas Carter Beane; Based on the Touchstone Pictures Motion Picture, Sister Act, Written by Joseph Howard.

Directed by Henry Avery
Music Direction by Cheryl Sharps
Choreography by Peter Bennett

Deloris Van Cartier is an aspiring singer in Philadelphia, where she is auditioning to perform at her gangster boyfriend’s nightclub. Deloris believes that Curtis is going to introduce her to a big producer, but is upset when he tells her she is not ready. Hurt and rejected, Deloris decides to break up with him, but when she goes to find him she accidentally sees him kill one of his cronies. Deloris runs to the police, who place her in hiding at a convent until Curtis is brought to trial. At first, Deloris feels as though it will be the worst thing in the world, chafing against the constraints of convent life and an immovable Reverend Mother, but once she is introduced to the struggling choir at the convent, everything changes. She finds that many of the nuns at the convent are not that different from her, and that they are quite fun to be around. They help give her a bigger purpose in her life, showing her a genuine love and affection that she’d previously been missing.