Sister’s coming, so brace yourself—for an evening of good-hearted fun! The Ulster Project is hosting her newest comedy act, “Late Nite Catechism Las Vegas: Sister Rolls the Dice!” on Saturday, May 18, as the finale to their fundraiser. Sister will appear on stage to “instruct” the East Tennessee audience at St. Mary’s School gym, 327 Vermont Ave., Oak Ridge.
The Naples News calls the new show “sharp, witty and spectacularly brilliant.”
No matter your age or faith tradition, odds are good that you’ll be in stitches well before the evening is over, as Sister gives her lecture and interacts with members of the audience. If you’ve never seen Sister, then you’re in for a sinfully funny education. And if you have seen Sister in other comedic performances, you can count on getting a riotous new perspective—this time on topics ranging from magicians and show girls to live animal acts and the dangers of drive-through marriage chapels. Don’t forget: “What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas,” but God sees everything!
Plan to arrive early to prep for Sister’s class, hedge your bets, and find a good seat. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for refreshments, silent auction, and friendly games of chance. Class starts at 7:30 p.m. Don’t risk not getting a seat—buy your tickets ahead.
Tickets cost $25 for bleacher seats (“Stairway to Heaven”), $35 for floor chairs (“Purgatory Pass”), and $45 for table seating near the stage (“Heavenly High Rollers”). Amounts over $20 per ticket are tax-deductible.
Tickets are available online at www.entertainmentevents.com for a small fee. Tickets are also available ahead at Realty Center, 201 S. Tulane Ave.; the Ferrell Shop in Jackson Square; and St. Mary’s Ministry Center, 323 Vermont Ave., Oak Ridge. You can also take your chances on getting tickets at the door, but why wait?
Proceeds will help the Ulster Project of East Tennessee promote religious tolerance in Northern Ireland by bringing Northern Irish and American teens together for a month-long program of team-building, adventure, shared worship, social activities, and community service this coming summer.
As a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization, the Ulster Project also accepts donations. Please send checks marked “The Ulster Project” to P.O. Box 4861, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-4861.