- $15 for one ticket for seating in Zones B and C (up to $41 value)
Sister’s Easter Catechism: Will My Bunny Go To Heaven?
As one of the minds behind the wildly popular Late Nite Catechism, playwright Maripat Donovan has allowed the beloved character of Sister to muse on a variety of topics. In Sister’s Easter Catechism: Will My Bunny Go to Heaven?, the titular nun gets to explore the upcoming holiday in her usual ‘classroom-style’ setting. Through audience interaction, she answers queries about the afterlife of pets, the Easter egg delivery service, and those cheery yellow Peeps. Her quick wit—mixed with just a hint of irreverence—serves her well as she chides any misbehaving crowd members and invites others onto the stage for quizzes.
Raue Center For The Arts
When it originally opened in 1929, the Raue Center For The Arts was dubbed "El Tovar," though no one knew what that meant—it was jut a term overheard by one of the venue's founders on a trip to the west coast. Regardless of its meaning (or lack of one), the name seemed to accurately define the theater's elegance, from the star-filled sky of its ceiling to the facades of Spanish buildings lining its walls.
El Tovar drifted into deterioration over the years, undergoing several different monikers as it switched from owner to owner. Luckily, a generous bequest from Crystal Lake resident Lucile Raue led to a much-needed restoration. A two-year renovation left the theater looking as glamorous as it did when it was El Tovar—seats were reupholstered, and every android usher received an oil change.