Sister Explains It All in 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 March 3, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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A Don't Hug Me Christmas Carol is one part Fargo (minus the wood-chipper) and one part A Christmas Carol shaken vigorously and served over ice. It's Christmas Eve in Bunyan Bay, Minn., and cantankerous bar owner Gunner storms out of an argument with his wife and takes to the lake on his snowmobile. Next thing you know ... crash! The ice breaks and Gunner plunges through. After he's rescued, a coma-ridden Gunner journeys to a dream world full of surprises, not the least of which is a visit from the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future -- all played by folk legend Sven Yorgensen. Gunner's unusual journey gets a fittingly rare soundtrack, with original songs like "Gramma Cut the Christmas Cheese," "The Wheel is Turnin' but the Hamster Is Dead," and "I Love You More Than Football." Learn More
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Sister’s Easter Catechism is the fourth in the series of plays written by Maripat Donovan, whose Late Nite Catechism franchise has played more than 40,000 performances in front of 10 million audience members in over 250 countries worldwide. An Outer Critics Circle Award and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award Nominee, it relies heavily on audience interaction and participation. Sister's Easter Catechism answers questions about Saint Francis, pet heaven and the significance of those adorable baby chicks and features Sister’s own version of the Easter Egg Hunt with special rewards and candy giveaways. This seasonal treat follows a long line of related performances in the Twin Cities including Late Nite Catechism 2 at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in February 2006 (also starring Kimberly Richards) and the premiere of Nunset Boulevard at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres in November 2009.
About the Ticket Supplier: Hennepin Theatre Trust
Hennepin Theatre Trust, owner of the historic Orpheum, State, Pantages and New Century Theatres, is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to arts-inspired community cultural development. We achieve our mission by presenting a rich mix of live performances, creating inspiring arts education experiences and advancing a thriving Hennepin Avenue cultural district in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Trust's activities include presenting Broadway touring productions and the related Broadway Confidential series, concerts, comedy, speakers and other variety entertainment plus educational initiatives including our SpotLight Musical Theatre and SpotLight Critical Reviewer programs for high schools, Teen Ushers, the Access Program and Family Day events.