Long Wharf Offers A Chance To Perform In SISTER'S CHRISTMAS CATECHISM 12/1-20

Ever wanted to sing Christmas carols on stage? Long Wharf Theatre can make that holiday wish a reality during the run of the hit interactive comedy Sister's Christmas Catechism: The Mystery of the Magi's Gold from Dec. 1 through Dec. 20.

Long Wharf Theatre is looking for choirs of four people to sing at the top of show, and again in the second act. Choirs would need to be at the theatre an hour and a half before the show in order to rehearse prior to the performance. They will be allowed to choose three songs they want to sing, but will be asked to sing specific songs for most of the show. Choirs will be needed for most performances during the run.

For more information, contact Production Assistant Meghan Kane at meghan.kane@longwharf.org or at 203-787-4284, ext. 286.

It's "Forensic Files" goes to Bethlehem in Sister's Christmas Catechism: The Mystery of the Magi's Gold, a holiday mystery extravaganza by the author of the summer hit Late Nite Catechism. Sister takes on the mystery that has intrigued historians throughout the ages - whatever happened to the Magi's gold? Retelling the story of the nativity, as only Sister can, employing her own scientific tools, and assisted by local choirs as well as a gaggle of audience members, Sister creates a living nativity unlike any ever seen.

FAST FACTS
Sister's Christmas Catechism

Dec.1-20, 2009
Stage II
Tickets: $28
Box office phone number: 203-787-4282
Website: www.longwharf.org.
ABOUT THE THEATRE

Long Wharf Theatre (Gordon Edelstein, Artistic Director and Ray Cullom, Managing Director), in its 45th season, is recognized as a leader in American theatre, producing fresh and imaginative revivals of classics and modern plays, rediscoveries of neglected works and a variety of world and American premieres. More than 30 Long Wharf productions have transferred virtually intact to Broadway or Off-Broadway, some of which include Durango by Julia Cho, the Pulitzer Prize-winning plays Wit by Margaret Edson, The Shadow Box by Michael Cristofer and The Gin Game by D.L. Coburn. Last season's hit production of The Glass Menagerie will move to New York in spring 2010. The theatre is an incubator of new works, including last season's A Civil War Christmas by Paula Vogel and Coming Home by Athol Fugard. Long Wharf Theatre has received New York Drama Critics Awards, Obie Awards, the Margo Jefferson Award for Production of New Works, a Special Citation from the Outer Critics Circle and the Tony® Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre.

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