A Non-Profit Community Theatre Organization

Abrams Spotlight Productions, Inc. is a non-profit community theatre organization formed January 2003.  Since 2007 we have been presenting three shows per year in our home, The Byng Community Theater.  Please come and visit us at our next show!

Welcome To Our Website!

The Byng Community Theater was formerly the St. Louis Catholic Church in Abrams and we have done much to update the facility to make it performance-ready.  We have installed a stage, lighting, a small dressing room, costume and props storage, and converted the vestibule area into a concession stand.  We have also made use of existing office space by making one the Box Office with a ticket window and the other a sewing/costume area.  There are changes for the better taking place all the time.  Our organization and the theater has become popular with Abrams and the surrounding communities.  We have been involving children from age four and adults of all ages in acting, singing and dancing.  We have also been training young adults to perform the lighting, sound, and backstage duties.  We feel we are promoting the arts in young and old alike.  Taking part in the productions has been wonderful for all involved and we have built many friendships through our involvement.

Welcome To Our Website!

The Byng Community Theater was formerly the St. Louis Catholic Church in Abrams and we have done much to update the facility to make it performance-ready.  We have installed a stage, lighting, a small dressing room, costume and props storage, and converted the vestibule area into a concession stand.  We have also made use of existing office space by making one the Box Office with a ticket window and the other a sewing/costume area.  There are changes for the better taking place all the time.  Our organization and the theater has become popular with Abrams and the surrounding communities.  We have been involving children from age four and adults of all ages in acting, singing and dancing.  We have also been training young adults to perform the lighting, sound, and backstage duties.  We feel we are promoting the arts in young and old alike.  Taking part in the productions has been wonderful for all involved and we have built many friendships through our involvement.

NUNSENSE

NUNSENSE begins when the Little Sisters of Hoboken discover that their cook has accidentally poisoned 52 of the sisters.  In dire need of funds for the burials, the sisters decide to raise the money by putting on a variety show.  So the sisters take over Mt. Saint Helen's school auditorium, which is currently set up for the school's production of "Grease".  Come meet Reverend Mother Mary Regina; Sister Mary Hubert, the Mistress of Novices; a streetwise nun from Brooklyn named Sister Robert Anne; Sister Mary Leo, a novice who is a wannabe ballerina; and the delightfully wacky Sister Mary Amnesia.  Featuring star turns, tap dancing and ballet, an audience quiz, and comic surprises, this show has delighted audiences with more than 5000 productions worldwide and has been translated into 21 languages.

Director.........................................Brandon Byng
Asst. Director / Choreographer............Debra Jolly
Stage Manager..............................Tanya Brehmer
Asst. Stage Manager...........................Early Fuller


The Cast:
Sister Mary Regina.........................Brandon Byng
Sister Mary Hubert.............................Kari Devine
Sister Robert Anne........................Elizabeth Zitny
Sister Mary Amnesia..........................Karen Fuller
Sister Mary Leo..................................Ali Carlson
Sister Mary Kate.........................Cortney Meunier
Sister Mary Ashley.........................Haley Meunier

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