Hop to It! Maripat Donovan Returns for Sister's Easter Catechism
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The last date listed for Sister's Easter Catechism: Will My Bunny Go to Heaven? was Sunday April 8, 2012 / 4:00pm.
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We are huge "Sister Maripat" fans and have seen all of her "Late-Nite" productions (a couple more than once). The highlights of this new show were the same as the highlights of the others: her improv interactions with the audience (classroom) that showcase her incredibly quick wit. It was obvious last night that this is a new show--it was rough in parts and will need some time in order to be polished. It was too obvious that she was reading most of her material, parts of the prepared material were too long (especially the reading of the too-long "Easter Story" book). Just as when you go to see your "ol' favorite" musicians in concert and you want to make sure they include the old standards that made them famous, we want to see more of the original "Sister" schtick reprised. (E.g., what happened to Sister's correction of "students" who don't answer in complete sentences? or don't stand up when called on? or who arrive late? I couldn't believe that Sister said nothing to several late-arrivers....)
Please don't take this review as negative--it was still a wonderful night of entertainment. She got a standing ovation, and the LONG line who waited after the show to buy tickets to Maripat's new show, "Honey B." was a real tribute to the appreciation of this audience. Given her track record of success, this new show (after all we did see a preview) will only get better and better as it gets more polished.