The Divine Sister
A Mother Superior is determined to build a new school for her Pittsburgh convent and encounters plenty of obstacles along the way.Average Rating: based on 2 votes
Show Category: Comedy
|Opening:||Sep 12, 2010|
|Closing:||May 1, 2011|
15 Vandam Street
New York, NY
W of 6th ave
This show is an adorable romp through everyone's memory (or fantasy -- for those deprived) of a Catholic school education. Charles Busch is his hilarious, incomparable self and his fellow cast-mates add gleefully malicious, naive and spiritual (depending on the character) twists to the zany story. There's a decided "insider" feel to some of the jokes and sight-gags but everyone has a good time.
The Divine Sister is an off-broadway comedy that I found slightly more amusing than average. The show takes place in St. Veronica's convent school and follows Mother Superior and a couple other nuns as they try to raise money to restore their building.
There is a little bit of singing, a lot of silly humor, and a couple dark secrets that make this a fairly enjoyable 90-minute show. Most of the humor is pretty tame, and the show isn't as edgy (or as enjoyable) as Avenue Q.
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