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The Divine Sister

  • Fells Point Corner Theater

    251 S Ann St, Baltimore, MD (map)

    39.288200 -76.591187

  • Look for Whitney & her Meetup sign at Ryder's (@ 1901 Gough St) beginning at 12:30pm-ish.
  • We will meet for brunch at Ryder's (1901 Gough St.--a block east after turning from Ann onto Gough) before the show at 12:30pm; the show begins at 2pm.  If you cannot or do not care to have brunch, please comment so or send Whitney a message to let her know not to expect you.  

    Note that you can purchase the $15 tickets on their website and parking vouchers for a lot nearby or risk the show selling out and get them at the performance.  See their website (Fell Point Corner Theater's) for more information on parking and directions. We will head back to FPCT just before the show, at around 1:40pm.

    THE DIVINE SISTER by Charles Busch
    November 18, 2016 – December 18, 2016
    Directed by Steve Goldklang

    The author of Psycho Beach Party and The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife trains his razor-sharp wit on Hollywood religiosity in this hilarious salute to every wonderfully awful nun movie you’ve ever seen! Mother Superior battles to save her deteriorating convent while juggling a mystical postulant with visions, a sexual frenzy in the nunnery, a confused schoolboy and a seductive suitor intent on luring her away from her vows.

    “The Divine Sister finds Mr. Busch in peak form. This delightfully twisted tale of the secret lives of nuns….is his freshest, funniest work in years, perhaps decades.”
    - New York Times

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  • Whitney
    Co-Organizer,
    Event Host

    In my mid 30s. Moving back to Baltimore and looking forward to reconnecting with friends and... more

  • Sheray A.

    I am excited about this meetup. Growing up in DC I went to several plays at different venues. I... more

  • Ellen W.

    I love theater and music and want to connect to people who do as well.

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