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Sofia's
221 West 46th Street New York, NY 10036
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The weather was sunny, windy, etc. raining. I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc.sweatshirt.
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"Sister's Christmas Catechism: The Mystery of the Magi's Gold"
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attended Dec 19 2009

Excellent! It brought us back to the "good old days" with spirit, fun, and most of all, respect for the sisters who taught us. Loved the audience participation!

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25 stars
attended Dec 22 2009

To be honest, I didn't really expect much going in even with "free" tickets. With that being said, the actress playing Sister did a phenomenal job for a 1-person show. Much of the show really is improvisation and calling on members of audience,...continued

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3 stars
attended Jan 02 2010

I had a great time. Having gone to Catechism classes years ago - I felt right at home (which wasn't always a good thing!). The actress that played Sister was great at involving the audience and improv. She had the entire audience in stitches. ...continued

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Description

As Sister points out in her hilarious opening, “We know what happened to the myrrh and the frankincense – Mary used them as a sort of potpourri. They were in a barn after all. But who was the culprit who made off with the gold coins and left Mary, Joseph and the infant Jesus in that lousy stable without any chance to upgrade to a suite?”

Forensic tools in hand, Sister creates a living nativity using audience members dressed as the Holy Family, magi, shepherds, sheep, cattle…and of course, an ass. She then sets the stage for the crime by directing a local choir in songs of the season that are sure to add even more clues to her investigation.