Late Nite Catechism
Call it Loretta Young meets Carol Burnett. This is part catechism class, part stand-up routine. It’s an interactive comedy, one of the longest running shows in Chicago and U.S. theater history. You, the audience member, are part of Sister’s class. She’ll take you back to the days of the Latin Mass, meatless Fridays, and remind you about that good old ruler across the knuckles!
“Gloriously funny…A Top-Notch Comedy.” – Chicago Reader
“All the warmth and humor of the classic Second City” skits. – Chicago Sun-Times
The New York Times calls it, “hilarious, well-written and inspired.”
Jeffrey Lyons from TV’s Sneak Previews calls Late Nite Catechism “something to savor and enjoy….one of the most intimate, rewarding shows in town.”
ChicagoArtMachine offer good for 8 p.m. Thursdays, at the Royal George Theatre, 1641 N. Halsted, Chicago.
Put the Nuns in Charge!
The hilarious show that makes you laugh so hard, it ought to be a sin! Mother Superior gives her own take on the Golden Rule and has something to say on everything from skirt lengths to cell phones.
“Not many nuns can put a ruler to your knuckles and make you laugh your a*s off at the same time. The writer of the nationally-acclaimed hit comedy Late Nite Catechism brings us Put the Nuns in Charge! The Seven Deadly Sins have never been this funny.”
ChicagoArtMachine offer good for 8 p.m. Fridays, at the Royal George Theatre, 1641 N. Halsted, Chicago.
ChicagoArtMachine offer good for 5 p.m. Saturdays , at the Royal George Theatre, 1641 N. Halsted, Chicago.
Sunday School Cinema
Good movie? Bad movie? Condemned movie? Mother Superior knows the difference. The creator of the hit interactive comedies Late Nite Catechism and Put the Nuns in Charge! sends Mother Superior to the movies. You’ll never see films the same way again!
“Delightfully funny. Fun for the whole family and especially for movie buffs.” — Pioneer Press
“This is a very funny show!” – Daily Southtown
“Stern but saucy…feather-light entertainment” – Chicago Tribune
ChicagoArtMachine offer good for 3 p.m. Sundays, at the Royal George Theatre, 1641 N. Halsted, Chicago.