Book, Music and Lyrics
by Dan Goggin
Directed by Lynn Wilde
Music Director: Dan Mikat
Choregrapher: Annie Yockey
Angela Dill Alyssa Friday
Amy Goller Kelly Hayner
John Hess, Jon King &
Sophia Acevedo Ava Goble
Ethan Norton Griffin Peltier
About the show:
Nuncrackers: The Nunsense Christmas Musical
It is Christmas-special time! Broadcasting from the Brighton Coffeehouse and Theater, and starring your favorite fun-loving sisters as they produce their own cable Christmas show. The “TV Special” is filled with "Nunsense" humor, some of your favorite carols, a "Secret Santa", on-air advertisements for the Catholic Home Shopping Network and an uproarious take on Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Ballet.
This Christmas special has plenty of songs, dance, comedy, skits, and a special cameo visit from everyone’s favorite nun-puppet, St. Mary Annette. Songs including: Twelve Days Prior to Christmas, Santa Ain't Comin' To Our House, We Three Kings of Orient Are Us, and It's Better to Give Than To Receive, to name a few.
If you are looking for some holiday entertainment, other than the 24-hour marathon of The Christmas Story and the holiday specials you have seen over and over again, please join us! Tickets are on sale early, so you can plan in advance how to spend your season with friends and family before your weekends fill up.
Nuncrackers is the perfect way to ensure your holiday season is merry and bright.
Tickets on sale!
Two ways to purchase tickets
Tickets will be $27 online (plus $1.50 credit card fee) plus a .50 transaction/processing fee per ticket that will be added at the end of your order
Or you can purchase tickets at
The Brighton Coffeehouse and Theater
306 W. Main Street
Brighton, MI 48116
Friday, Dec. 6 Friday, Dec 13
Saturday, Dec 7 Saturday, Dec 14
Sunday, Dec 8 Sunday Dec 15
Friday and Saturday shows at 8:00 p.m.
Sunday show at 2:00 p.m.
Please select your dates carefully.
There are NO REFUNDS, RETURNS OR EXCHANGES.
If you would like to join us for coffee or
a sandwich before the show, please be at the
coffeehouse 30 min. prior to the performance so the
production can start on time.