Posted in 2006, on 27 July 2006, by , 0 Comments

So, do you think you’re going on up to the spirit in the sky or going down, down, down in a burning ring of fire?Forget about the meaning of life, you’ve got the afterlife to worry about! Luckily it isn’t going to depend on something as meaningless as the toss of a coin or the spin of a wheel…or is it? It’s a battle of Team Good vs. Team Evil…with winner takes all. Come on down to Limbo and see who has more soul. We promise you’ll have a devil of a good time that’ll raise your spirits!

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Posted in 2005, on 5 November 2004, by , 0 Comments

Hairdo

Originally Shown January 14 – April 2, 2005
Written By: Cyndi Locke

Hairdo at The Phoenix Dinner Theatre in Saint John, NB

Star Search, Contessa Cosmetics and the MAC Agency are looking for a fabulous young lady to win fame, fortune and stardom. They are looking for a SUPERSTAR.
All the contestants are beautiful and talented, but only one will walk away with a record deal.
The judges are ready to see the girls strut their stuff, so what will they have to say?
Will the Contessa, a Royal from the United Kingdom, Barney McShane, owner of the restaurant and big music fan and Malcolm Mac, the record producer and brainstormer extrodinaire be fair to these lovely gals?

The wanna-be starlets will be singing their hearts out to a wide range of tunes, each with their own personal sense of style and competitive spirit.
Who will win the recording contract? You be the judge!
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Posted in 2004, on 10 July 2004, by , 0 Comments

Originally Shown June 10 – July 3, 2004

The Little Sisters of Hoboken operate Mount Saint Helen’s School in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Originally founded as a missionary order, they started out running a leper colony on an island south of France. Forced to leave the island when they lost control to a group of Protestant competitors, they returned to Hoboken.

They went unnoticed until one day their cook, Sister Julia — Child of God, unwittingly served some tainted vichyssoise soup and 52 sisters died of botulism. Fortunately a few of the sisters were off playing bingo with some Maryknolls and so were spared.

Upon discovering the disaster, Mother Superior had a vision — it was either Saint Catherine of Siena or Saint Thomas Aquinas in drag (she’s not sure) — in which she was told to start a greeting card company to raise funds for the burials of the 52. The greeting cards were an enormous success and thinking there was plenty of money, Reverend Mother bought a big screnn plasma TV for the convent. When she realized there was only enough money left to bury 48, she decided to stage a talent show to raise the money to bury the last four sisters who were put on ice in the convent deep freeze.

The CastMegan Fowlie as Mother Superior | Chelsea Cusack as Sister Hubert | Andrea LeBlanc as Sister Mary Amnesia | Christine Morgan as Sister Leo | Karen Lizotte as Sister Robert Ann | understudy Stephanie LeBlanc

Featuring the Rockin’ Band
Reg Arthurs | Jon Goud | Sean Roach | Mathieu Benoit | Marissa Rignanesi

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Posted in Performance, on 4 June 2004, by , 0 Comments

The Little Sisters of Hoboken operate Mount Saint Helen’s School in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Originally founded as a missionary order, they started out running a leper colony on an island south of France. Forced to leave the island when they lost control to a group of Protestant competitors, they returned to Hoboken. 

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