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Byline: Jay Handelman THEATER WRITER;
Actors in the musical "Nunsense" are slipping on wimples and veils to get people in the theater-going habit for the new all-musical season at the Golden Apple Dinner Theatre in Sarasota.
Though the musical has been presented at many theaters in the Sarasota area over the last 10 years, "Nunsense" is making its Golden Apple debut this week. It's an off-Broadway way to kick off a season otherwise made up of large-scale musicals, including "Me and My Girl," "Show Boat" and "Hello, Dolly!" "Camelot" and a reprise of "Phantom."
And if you thought that everybody in the world must have seen "Nunsense" by this point, think again. The theater's box office still gets calls from people who have never even heard of the show.
"We were explaining that it was about 30 nuns who die, but that didn't seem to click," said Ben Turoff, who is group sales manager. "When we started to say that it was about a group of nuns presenting a talent show to raise money and the crazy antics that happen, they love …