Sister's Easter Catechism, the hilarious episode of the Late Nite Catechism comedy series that wowed critics and audiences last year, is back at the The Laguna Playhouse for a repeat performance.
Easter is the focus of this season's installment of the 14 year old series. Out of the classroom setting that has made the series famous, Sister tackles questions like " Why isn't Easter the same day every years as Christmas?", "Will my bunny got to heaven?', and where all the traditions like Easter bunnies, Easter eggs, Easter baskets and Easter bonnets came from?
As a bonus there's a lesson on St. Francis, the patron saint of animals. You'll even learn why those adorable baby chicks are so important to the Easter celebrations.
Written by Maripat Donovan and Mark Silvia, and also directed by Silvia, the play runs today and April 14.
As Laguna Playhouse's Ann E. Wareham puts it, “There is so much excitement in and around our community about the return of Maripat Donovan in her 'Sister’s' role'. Maripat is sure to deliver, as our audiences have come to expect, a show filled with hilarity, audience participation and loads of laughs.”
If you've ever gone to Catholic school, or if you've curious what it may have been like to have gone to one, this play is a must see.
Last year my Examiner counterpart in Detroit wrote: "Sister had the audience rolling in laughter in less than 5 minutes."
This year I betting on less than 4.
For tickets call 949-497-2787 Ex. 1. Discounts available.