Sister's Christmas Catechism -- A Holiday Catechism Comedy
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The last date listed for Sister's Christmas Catechism was Monday December 23, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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For anyone who could never quite work up the motivation to slog through Ulysses or War and Peace, there's Reduced Shakespeare Company's All The Great Books (Abridged), a zany romp through history's greatest works of literature. From Plato to Proust to Hemingway, no sacred cow goes unscathed. Known for beloved shows like The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) and The Complete History of America (Abridged), this "trio of modern Marx Brothers" (Boston Herald) have appeared on PBS and National Public Radio, and are London's longest-running comedy troupe. Learn More
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Absolutely hilarious. Upon arriving at your seat, you're treated like a member of Sister's class, asked to respond to questions and praised or scolded for your answers. You'd better not hesitate, mumble, "wise off," or be chewing gum, or you'll get "the treatment." If you've ever delusionally wished to relive those good old school days, you'll be reminded of what those days were really like . . . and then want to attend another one of her other chatechisms! You might want to bone up on current events before attending, or enjoy getting your knuckles lovingly rapped.
Quotes & Highlights
- "A gift wrapped holiday treat, this 'Catechism' should be opened early." --<em>Los Angeles Times</em>
- "<em>Sister's Christmas Catechism</em> is the latest, and by far the most entertaining, of the triumvirate..." --<em>Coastline Pilot</em>
- "...An extended riff on Christmas' origins ... punctuated by Sister's affinity for accosting audience members like a papal Don Rickles." --<em>The Pittsburgh Tribune</em>
Written by Maripat Donovan with Marc Silvia and Jane Morris
Directed by Marc Silvia